Calgary Police Warn of Incident Attempts to Lure Children – Calgary | The Canadian News

Calgary police warned Saturday that four incidents of possible kidnapping or cheating of children have been reported since Wednesday.

In each of the “suspicious incidents,” which occurred in Windsor Park, Wildwood, Forest Lawn and Copperfield, police said the victim was alone when approached by a suspect.

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Officers are checking CCTV in each area.

“As we continue to investigate the details surrounding these incidents, given the seriousness of the allegations and as a precaution, this information is being shared with the public.” said the police.

“Our officers have also increased patrols in these areas after the incidents.”

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Police reminded parents to teach their children who is a safe adult, the buddy system, safe places in the community, and how to stay safe online.

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Incidents are not connected

Police said there are no similarities in the descriptions of the suspects and there is no additional evidence to believe the reports are connected.

Officers noted that two suspects have been identified in the Wildwood incident, adding that they are working to identify potential suspects in the Windsor Park, Forest Lawn and Copperfield incidents.

If you have information, call the police at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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