MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has issued a crime alert after a couple incidents of reported attempted luring in Eagle Lake, Minnesota.

According to the BCA, police in Eagle Lake received a report of a suspicious vehicle with a driver that threw a handful of coins in front of four kids on Wednesday in front of Eagle Lake Firehall on Parkway Avenue.

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Two of those students reported contact with the same vehicle on Thursday morning. One student said the driver stopped, dropped cash, and ordered the student to get into his vehicle.

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The student reported that the man was wearing a mask, as well as a suit and tie. The man had blonde hair.

The vehicle is described as a four-door red car, either a Toyota or Honda, with a little rust on the side back. The plate could be from Texas and possibly start with GHX.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Chief Kopp of the Eagle Lake Police Department at 507-257-3110 or elpd@eaglelakemn.com.