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Racine Police: Three cases of child enticement reported in two days

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Posted at 5:18 PM, Feb 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-28 18:18:06-05

Racine Police say they have received three reports of child enticement in the last two days in which an adult man tried to talk to students as they walked to school.

On Tuesday morning, a student walking in the old Pick-N Save lot on Rapids Drive said the suspect asked their about her name and age. They ran to the school away from the man.

A short time later on Tuesday, the suspect allegedly asked another student their name and age near Dr. Martin Luther King Drive and Albert Street. They pulled out a cell phone and the suspect drove away.

On Wednesday morning, the suspect approached another student near 12th and Harbridge Avenue and asked if he could drive the student to school. The child met up with a group of other students and the suspect drove off again.

The man in all three of the incidents is described in the incidents is a black male, between 25 and 35 years-old, with an average thin build, a medium to light complexion with short hair and a full beard.

He was driving a black sedan with some rust on the car with a possibly crooked license plate.

If you have any information about these incidents, or if you think you know who the suspect is, please contact Racine Police at (262) 635-7756. You can also leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at (262) 636-9330, or text 274637 (CRIMES). Text message should begin with RACS.