RCMP warn parents after report of attempted child luring

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Fort St. John RCMP is reminding parents to make sure their children are aware of the dangers of interacting with strangers, and to remain vigilant at all times after a teenage boy claimed a man tried to lure him into his van.

The local RCMP detachment received a report from a teenage boy that, when he was home on Dec. 17, 2015, he was approached by a male driver in a blue minivan and offered a ride.

When the teenager refused, the man told him to get into the van. The teenage boy then continued east on 93 avenue, and the van turned south into the alleyway between 86 and 87 street.

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Fort St. John RCMP says the motive or intentions of the minivan driver are currently not known.

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