CORRY, Pa. – A vehicle approached a group of students at a bus stop in Rome Township Wednesday and state police are seeking information about the occupants.
According to Corry-based Pennsylvania State Police, troopers responded to a call at Brush Run Lumber Friday where they were given information about a suspicious incident that occurred Wednesday afternoon.
Sometime between 2 – 2:15 p.m. a newer model, light blue Subaru Outback approached a group of approximately 14 students waiting at a bus stop, police say. The driver, described as an older woman with white hair, proceeded to ask questions about how the students were getting home, and offered to give the students rides, police say. Two other people, a male (no description given) and a younger woman with dark hair, were also in the vehicle, police say. The vehicle left after several minutes.
According to police, neither the children nor their parents recognized the vehicle or its occupants. The parents requested extra patrol in the area, police say.
Anyone with information about the vehicle or its occupants is asked to call the Corry barracks at 814-663-2043.