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Herrin PD: No threat after suspicious activity at bus stop

HERRIN, IL (KFVS) -

The Herrin Police Department identified the suspects after at least two groups of children were allegedly approached by a suspicious vehicle.

According to police, the incidents happened during the morning bus pick-up hours on Wednesday, Dec. 16.

Police say the female driver told the children that she was looking for her dog and asked the children at the bus stop if they would get in and help her.

According to the police department, two teenagers turned themselves in on Dec. 17 after seeing the story on the news.

Police report both of the suspects were interviewed. Investigators say it appears there was no significant danger to the children waiting for the bus.

The police department will file an official report with the office of the Williamson County State's Attorney.

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