Couple offered boys candy, tried to lure them toward car, Osceola sheriff says, seeks help identifying ‘suspicious persons’


A couple drove up to a school bike rack in Poinciana on Monday afternoon, then tried to lure two boys to the car by showing them candy, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office said.

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A couple drove up to a school bike rack in Poinciana on Monday afternoon, then tried to lure two boys to the car by showing them candy, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office said. The boys, ages 12 and 13, refused the offer and walked away from the car, which then drove off.

Now the sheriff’s office wants help identifying the two ‘suspicious persons’ who approached the students at Bridge Prep Academy of Osceola on KOA Street.

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