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Vancouver police looking for two people who approached kids near school

06/06/2015 02:55 EDT | Updated 06/06/2016 05:59 EDT
VANCOUVER - Vancouver police say they are trying to identify two people who approached a group of children near an elementary school on Friday.

Const. Brian Montague says a silver Honda Civic sedan stopped just after 1 p.m. outside L'Ecole Anne Hebert Elementary School (on Killarney Street near East 56th Avenue).

He says the car was driven by a man with a woman in the passenger seat, who opened the door and asked a six-year-old girl if she wanted to get inside.

The little girl, who was standing with a group of friends at the playground, refused and ran to tell an adult at the school.

Montague says neither the man or the woman got out of the car and it's unknown why they approached the children.

Police are attempting to locate the car and identify the two inside and ask anyone with information to come forward.