MENTOR -- Police are looking for a man who is accused of twice trying to lure children into his late 90's dark green/black or tan sedan with faded paint, rust and damage.
The incidents happened today and on Saturday.
Just before 7 a.m. today, police were called to the area of Ellington Place for a complaint of a white man in a dark-colored car asking several juveniles if they could help him find his dog.
The juveniles refused to help the man and he left the area.
Police said further investigation revealed this same type of incident occurred about noon Saturday on Bunker Cove.
The two streets involved in the incidents are in the same housing development.
Police say the suspect and vehicle description in both incidents are as follows:
Today: White man, medium build, mid 50's age, with a full head of gray hair about 2 inches long which had few darker strands of hair "peppering" it. He had no facial hair but may have been a bit "scruffy."
He was driving a late 90's dark green or black sedan with faded paint, rust and damage.
Saturday: White man, gray hair, 55-60 years old. He was driving a tan-colored car which was rusted and damaged.
Witnesses were unable to obtain a license plate in either incident and the man never got out of the vehicle either time.
No children ever entered the vehicle.
Anyone with any information reference these incidents are to contact the Mentor Police Department at 440-255-1234.