Attempted child luring in Lancaster County

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WARWICK TWP., Lancaster County, Pa. –Northern Lancaster County Regional Police are investigating a weekend  incident involving suspicious activity and possible child luring.

At about 1:40 PM Saturday two preteen girls were approached by a man in an unknown vehicle. Police say the girls were in the area of the CVS Pharmacy on North Broad Street, Warwick Township, when the man stopped his vehicle in front of them.  The driver honked his horn and waved several times for the girls to approach. The girls continued along Broad Street into Lititz Borough.
The driver was described as a white male in his 50’s or 60’s. He was reportedly wearing a blue button down, work-style shirt and sun glasses. He was said to have gray hair and scruffy facial hair.  The car he was driving was described as a gold colored, older model sedan. The car was last seen turning onto North New Street.
Anyone with information on this incident should contact NLCRPD Detective Stauffer at (717) 733-0965.