Oh #%&@! Cars Are Talking to Loxahatchee Schoolchildren.
Hot off the wire from the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office:
There have been several suspicious incidents in the area of Osceola Creek Middle School, Loxahatchee in the last week or so. We have two vehicles that have tried to stop and talk to middle school children.
Talking cars, eh? Are we sure the kids at Osceola Middle School haven't discovered a taste for mushrooms?
Let's take another gander at that release.
The first is an older white four door vehicle that has dents scratches and possibly gray primer on one of the front fenders. This vehicle was occupied by 3 to 4 Hispanic males who tried to get a middle school girl to get in their vehicle.
The second is also a white four door vehicle with tinted windows unknown driver due to the tinted windows. This vehicle also tried to get a middle school girl from Osceola Creek Middle School to come over to their vehicle.
In both of these cases the children did not approach the vehicle and walked away.
If anyone should witness any suspicious activity they are urged to contact Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office at 688-3400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
Seriously, kids: Avoid strangers in cars. Also, psychedelic drugs.
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