Updated at 4:10 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013
Police say the first incident happened at 6:50 a.m. Friday at the Salem Bridge near Cherry Street Extension. The second incident happened at the corner of Millville Avenue and May Avenue at 6:55 a.m. Friday.
Both victims are teenagers. One was a 14-year-old male, and the other was a 13-year-old female.
Original Story Posted Monday morning
The Naugatuck Police Department has received a second complaint of a suspicious male stopping to ask juveniles in the Borough if they want candy.
Police initially sent out notification to the media on Friday morning stating that a 13-year-old girl who was waiting for the bus at the corner of Millville Street and May Avenue had been approached that morning by a man driving a minivan who stopped and asked if she wanted candy. The man then drove away, police said.
Over the weekend, police received a second complaint from a teenage boy who gave a similar incident in a different location and described a similar suspect and vehicle, police said. The NPD issued a second news release to local and state media outlets early Monday morning.
The victims of both incidents describe the suspect as a white male between the ages of 35-55 years old, possibly heavy set, with long dark hair, said Lt. Bryan Cammarata, Naugatuck Police spokesman. The suspect's vehicle is a green or blue colored mini van, possibly a (Dodge) Caravan, he said.
"Residents should be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to Naugatuck police immediately," he said.
Anyone with information regarding this
incident is asked to contact the Naugatuck Police Department at 203-720-5221
or the Naugatuck Police TIPLINE at 203-720-1010.