By Natasha Brown

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BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities in Bucks County are investigating at least two cases of attempted lurings this week.

A 12-year-old girl told police a man tried to lure her on Tuesday as she walked in the area of Thornridge Drive in Levittown. The man asked her if she wanted to see his dogs. The girl said no and was able to get away.

Investigators say the man was in an older model dark grey minivan with tinted rear windows.

In Warminster Township, police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man accused of possible attempted child luring at a local Wawa store.

It happened at the Wawa at 10 Davisville Rd. on Tuesday evening.

Investigators say a young girl told police the man approached her and began asking her “weird and inappropriate questions.”

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Credit: Warminster Township Police

The man was seen leaving the store 10 minutes after arriving in a silver or greenish silver, newer model car, possibly a Ford sedan, say police.

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Credit: Warminster Township Police

The man is described as a white male, approximately 50 years old, with gray hair, balding and freckles on his face.

wawaman Bucks County Authorities Investigating At Least 2 Cases Of Attempted Child Lurings

Credit: Warminster Township Police

 

 

“It is a nice area. It’s just that you got some creeps,  they’re everywhere so you just have to be careful with your children,” said Christina Churchwell.

“Places like this are where sometimes a lot of young people come in here and I think people that are like that kinda come to these places,” said Arnold Zlatkin.

If you have any information on these incidents call police.