After the report of an attempted abduction on Monday, Geneva Police have received the report of two other suspicious incidents in the city.
According to police, an 11-year-old male student was walking in the area of Carter Rd. Wednesday afternoon around 3 p.m. when he observed a taller white male, wearing all black clothing with a black half mask covering his face. The boy said the man was around 30-40 years-old and was standing next to a black minivan with a large scratch on the driver’s side door area.
The student reported the male was watching him, making him uncomfortable. He said the man did not approach him, and he reported the incident to an adult.
Secondly, police say a similar incident took place Tuesday around the same time in the area of Sherrill Street and Bell Avenue. Police say another 11-year-old male student was walking home and encountered what he described as a tall white man wearing khaki pants, a sweater and a ski mask who exited a black minivan and stated “Come here.”
The student immediately ran from the area and went home, but did not report the incident to police at the time of occurrence.
Geneva police are asking all residents and students to be on the lookout for any suspicious person(s) or vehicles matching the description of what has been reported.
They’re also asking parents, if feasible, to arrange alternative transportation to or from school.
If anyone has any information or sees anything suspicious, they’re asked to call 911 immediately.