MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Burnsville Police Department is looking for two men who apparently tried to lure three girls to his truck at a gas station on Saturday.

Authorities say the incident happened at about 1 p.m. at the Super America gas station on the 1200 block of County Road 42. Police say three female children were approached by a suspicious male who asked them to “go over to the pick-up truck” he had arrived in and that he had something “cool” for the girls to look at.

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The man was described as an older white male with grey or white hair. He was wearing dark grey or green shorts and a white T-shirt.

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The girls denied the man’s requests several times. The suspicious male eventually left with a younger adult male, who was wearing a grey T-shirt and a Minnesota Golden Gophers visor. The younger male didn’t interact with the girls.

The two men left in a pick-up truck, believed to be a 1997 to 2003 green Ford F-150 with an extended cab. Police say the younger male was driving and the older male was in the passenger seat.

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Burnsville police are trying to identify the two men. Anyone with information should call police at (952) 895-4585.