Police warn parents, teens girls about 2 suspects trying to lure girls

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BROOMFIELD, Colo. -- Police in Broomfield are warning parents and teens in their community to be careful after two strangers, on two different days, approached teenaged girls and asked them to go with them.

According to officers a stranger asked a 14-year-old girl not once but twice if she wanted a ride home last Wednesday.

The girl said no and the man drove off.

Then Thursday, a different suspect asked two girls to come talk to him and then followed them into their neighborhood.

The first suspect is described as a White or Hispanic in his 40s with gray mid-length hair and a gray mustache. He was driving a white 4-door Jeep.

The second suspect is a Hispanic in his late teens or early 20s, 6 feet tall and skinny with black hair.

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