New Details Emerge After Men Try To Lure Child Near Ormond Beach School

By on September 13, 2016 in WNDB News


Ormond Beach, FL-Update: Ormond Beach police say the child who was approached by two men earlier this week as he rode his bicycle to an elementary school has given new details on the suspects and the vehicle the men were in. The men are described as light-skinned white men, shaved hair or bald headed, about 40 to 45 years old. Both were shirtless. Police say the boy was shown photos of a variety of pickup trucks. He picked out a 1990 Ford F-150 style or similar vehicle.  He additionally told police it was light blue in color.

Earlier reporting below:

Police are looking for information from the public after two men in a pickup truck tried to lure a student riding his bicycle to Ormond Elementary School Monday morning. The child did not approach the men and was not hurt.

Police say the incident happened shortly after 7AM on North Ridgewood Avenue and Warwick Avenue as the boy rode southbound to school. The men were in an older single-cab pickup truck. They are described as white males, 30’s to 40’s in age, and shirtless.  They shouted “Come here” or “Come with us.” The boy replied, “No!” and continued to ride to school. The truck turned around in the parking lot of Hull’s Seafood and stopped following the child when he biked across Granada Boulevard to the area of the school.  The boy did not know the color of the truck.

If you have any information call 677-0731.


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