BOISE POLICE INVESTIGATE ATTEMPTED CHILD ENTICEMENT

Boise Police detectives are investigating an attempted child enticement and battery which reportedly occurred in the Boise foothills on the afternoon of Saturday, April 22.  A sketch of suspect was just completed and police are now asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect.

Officers were called after a man reportedly spoke to three juveniles and attempted to entice them into a secluded area on a trail behind Camel’s Back Park.  Reports indicate the man may have also touched the children against their wishes, which constitutes battery.  The man then left the area and possibly got into a car in the parking lot of the park.  The juveniles left the park and told a trusted adult about what had occurred.            

Anyone who may have any information about this incident or the suspect is asked to contact Crime Stoppers.  

To contact Crime Stoppers:

                1-Leave a web tip at 343COPS.Com

                2-Use our FREE app, P3! You can get the app on ITunes or in the Google Play Store by typing “P3 tips” in the search bar.

                3-Call 208-343-COPS(2677)

                You can remain anonymous and you can earn a reward of up to $1000.00 if your tip leads to a felony arrest!

 

"No - Go- Tell" Police also want to remind parents to review these Child Safety Tips with your child.

Yell "No!" when someone asks a child to approach an unknown vehicle, house or tries to grab the child.

"Go", run away

"Tell" a trusted adult who can call police.

If the child can remember a good description of the suspicious person or vehicle, parents should give that information immediately to police. However, the child should know, getting to a safe place is the most important thing