Flagstaff Police Department

Police are still investigating multiple reports of a stalker attempting to lure teenage girls into his vehicle.

Several students reported a heavyset Native American male in his twenties driving in a white SUV, attempting to lure teenage girls into his car while they were waiting at the bus stop or walking to school.

Police have received three separate calls regarding a person “cat-calling” 14- to 16-year-old girls, according to Flagstaff Police Public Information Officer, Sgt. Cory Runge.

Two of the incidents were reported at the intersection of East Soliere Avenue and North Country Club Drive; the other incident occurred near Frances Short Pond. The third incident does not seem to be related, according to Runge.

Police do have investigative leads in the case, but have not identified a suspect.

Police are also unsure if a crime was committed, due to the lack of a suspect and evidence corroborating eye-witness reports.

Police are asking the public to report any suspicious behavior involving students on their way to and from school and to obtain detailed descriptions of any possible suspects and vehicles involved. This may include the make, model and license plate number of any suspicious vehicles involved in such activities.

Contact the Flagstaff Police Department at (928)774-1414 or call Silent Witness at (928)774-6111.

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Max Lancaster is the crime and courts reporter for the Arizona Daily Sun. He enjoys all things music and just learned how Kombucha is made.

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