Sunday, May 29, 2016

Naperville Attempted Child Luring at Nichols Library on Jefferson Ave Wednesday -- Police Wait 2 Days Before Notifying Public

Naperville Police responded about 4:31 PM Wednesday to a report of attempted child luring at Nichols Library, 200 West Jefferson Avenue, Naperville, IL. Naperville police responded to a report that a man attempted to lure a child to accompany him while inside the Nichols Library.

Police say the man approached the girl inside a stairwell at the Nichols Library and tried to persuade the girl to join him. A relative of the girl stepped into the stairway as the attempted child luring was taking place, and the man fled the area. He was not located by police when they arrived.

The suspect is described as a male/white, 25-35 years of age with short black hair, no facial hair or glasses, wearing blue jeans and a long sleeve black shirt. He was seen with a female described as being 25-35 years of age with long blonde hair.

Naperville Police posted a Tweet about the incident with a link to an official Media Release at 4:39 p.m. Friday -- about 48 hours after the incident was reported to have occurred.

Naperville police urge any citizens with information regarding to contact the Naperville Police Department Investigations Division at 630-420-6726.

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