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Posted on: August 23, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Parker Police Looking for Suspect in Suspicious Occurrence

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The Parker Police Department is asking for your help identifying an individual from a suspicious occurrence this afternoon.

At approximately 3:15 p.m., an 11 year-old female student was walking north on Bradbury Ranch Drive, near the East West Regional Trail, when a minivan pulled up next to her. The driver asked her if she needed a ride and then tried to entice her into the vehicle. The student ran away and last saw the minivan turn right on Firebrick Drive.

The suspect is described as an older white male with an average build, gray and white hair and is bald on the top. He has a full beard that is the same color as his hair, but did not have a mustache. He was wearing black framed sunglasses and a white T-shirt. The victim also noticed a gray or blue tattoo on the top of his lower left arm.

The minivan he was driving was two tone; silver on the top and black on the bottom. It appeared to have mud on the lower portion of the body. The victim observed boxes stacked up in the backseat and clothes hangers, some with clothes, hanging from the roof handle on the passenger side of the front seat.

We are asking any parents or neighbors that were in the area around 3:15 p.m. that have may have seen this individual to please call Detective Wilson at 303.805.6561 or email at

The Parker Police Department will be increasing patrols in the Bradbury Ranch Subdivision. We ask all parents to remind their children to never get into vehicles with strangers, no matter what they may be saying.

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