Muskoday Youths Approached By Suspicious Males
Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 13:41
The Prince Albert RCMP are telling parents to warn their kids about talking to strangers following two separate incidents involving children on the Muskoday First Nation.
One incident took place on the Muskoday reserve on November 26th between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m., when a teenage boy was followed for about an hour by a man in a light brown, king cab, 2-door Sierra.
The boy ran to a relative’s house and told his uncle.
The suspect drove off when the uncle approached the truck and confronted him.
The Mounties say the vehicle’s tail lights were not working, and the truck possessed a Harley Davidson vanity plate.
The driver was described as being between 55 to 62 years of age, with graying short hair and a ball cap.
He is believed to be 5’10” tall, and likely weighs between 180-210 lbs. He is also believed to be Métis or Caucasian.
The second incident happened seven days earlier, but the Mounties say it is not known if they are actually related.
A suspicious man approached a child and told him to jump in the vehicle.
When the child refused, the man made sexually explicit comments and drove away.
If anyone has information about this incident or of the suspicious person and vehicle, they are asked to call their nearest police agency or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.