Burnsville police seek to identify two males involved in suspicious incident

 

Burnsville police officers are seeking help in identifying this person who was involved in a suspicious incident June 10 in Burnsville.
Burnsville police officers are seeking help in identifying this person who was involved in a suspicious incident June 10 in Burnsville.

Burnsville police are attempting to identify two people who were involved in what police are describing as a suspicious incident that occurred around 1 p.m. June 10 at the SuperAmerica located on the 1200 block of County Road 42 E.

During the incident three female children were approached by an older white male with grey and white hair. He was wearing dark grey or green shorts and a white shirt.

The girls reported that the man asked them to “go over to the pickup truck” he arrived in. The male advised he had something “cool” for the girls to look at, according to police.

The girls denied the man’s requests multiple times.  He eventually left the parking lot, accompanied by a younger adult white male wearing a grey T-shirt and a Minnesota Golden Gophers visor. The younger male did not interact with the girls.

The two left in a pickup truck, believed to be a 1997-2003 green Ford F150 with an extended cab.  The younger male was driving, while the older male was in the passenger seat.

Burnsville Police are attempting to determine the identities of the individuals involved in this incident.

Anyone with information is asked to call Burnsville Police Det. Christopher Biagini at 952-895-4585.