Police Investigating Suspicious Incident Involving Two Young Girls in Brampton
Police are requesting the public’s help as they investigate a suspicious incident in Brampton.
Around 8:30 a.m. Friday morning (May 10), two 10 year old girls were walking to school in the area of Chipwood Crescent and Archdekin Drive, south of Vodden Street at Highway 410.
An unknown vehicle then pulled up beside them. The vehicle’s male driver tried to wave the girls over and shouted, "Do you guys want some candy?", according to police.
Police say the girls ran from the location as the driver laughed and sped off in an unknown direction.
The suspect is described as a black male who appears to be 18 years old, driving a black four-door SUV.
“The two young girls indicated that they noticed a younger black female, approximately 10 years of age who was sitting in the rear passenger seat of the vehicle,” police added.
The investigation into this incident is ongoing, with investigators concerned about the suspicious activity of this male.
Police are asking anyone with information, including anyone with video/dashcam footage of the incident, to contact them at 905-453-2121, ext. 2233.
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