Multiple child luring incidents have St. Paul police investigating

St. Paul police are investigating recent attempted child lurings in St. Paul, the Pioneer Press reports.

The first incident took place Oct. 24 near 7th Street and Maria Avenue to a 16-year-old girl. She told police three men got out of a vehicle, grabbed her arm, then she pulled away and ran off, reported KSTP.

There have been five other incidents since the Oct. 24 one, with the most recent occurring on Nov. 4 to a 12-year-old boy near Summit and Portland.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call police.

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