Police Issue Warning About Suspicious Man Approaching Kids
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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Trophy Club and Roanoke Police have issued a joint warning after young girls in both cities were approached by a suspicious man.
The first incident happened on January 15 in Trophy Club as two teens were walking home from school. The girls reported that a man asked them how to get to the golf course. As they were giving directions, they noticed his pants were unzipped and that his hand was between his legs.
The man was driving a older model, dark green, Ford Explorer or Ford Escape. He is described as a white, between 30-50 years old with greying light brown hair, wearing a t-shirt and jeans.
Less than a week later, also in the afternoon, two young girls were walking home from Roanoke Elementary when they were approached by a middle-aged white male. He also asked for directions to the golf course. He was driving a dark colored/Black Explorer-type SUV. The girls say the man was wearing an orange shirt and a baseball cap.
Trophy Club Police and Roanoke Police are working together to identify the suspects because the incidents are similar. Anyone with information can contact the Trophy Club Police Department at 972-434-5500 or the Roanoke Police Department at 817-491-6052.
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