ELKHORN — Police are investigating after two men in a car approached two young girls Monday morning in Elkhorn. The girls told police it was the second time the men in the car had approached them.
The Elkhorn Police Department received a report about 10:20 a.m. Monday of an attempted child enticement that occurred on E. Market Street in the area of Chelsea Drive.
According to police a 6-year-old girl and a 7-year-old girl were riding their bikes on the sidewalk when a small light green car pulled up next to them.
The girls told police two men wearing matching green t-shirts were in the car.
The driver was described as having long hair with a beard. The passenger was described as approximately 30-years-old having short black hair with scruffy facial hair, red dots on his face, and heavy set.
The passenger was wearing a black ski mask and told one of the girls to get in the car. The girl yelled “stop” and the vehicle sped away east on Market Street towards Hwy. 11.
The girls reported the same vehicle stopped and the passenger said “hey” to them two days earlier in the same neighborhood.
Anyone with information regarding a vehicle and occupants matching the description, or with information regarding this incident, is urged to call the Elkhorn Police Department at 262-723- 2210 and ask to speak with Detective Kim Bass or Detective Grady Worland.
You may also remain anonymous and contact Walworth County Crime Stoppers at 262-723-2677 or electronically by using P3 Tips (http://www.p3tips.com).