HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -
Police are investigating suspicious incidents at suburban Harrisburg bus stops.
Lower Paxton Township police said one incident occurred Friday afternoon on Marion Street and the other happened Monday morning on Freedom Street.
In the Friday incident, an elementary school-aged student had just been dropped off at his stop when two people in a black sedan pulled up and yelled at him, according to police.
The child believes he was told to get into the car, but he ran away and nothing else happened, police said.
The people in the car were described as being white males, and the passenger was middle aged with straight brown hair, police said.
In the incident Monday, an elementary aged child was waiting for the bus when a woman driving a black pickup truck with a cap stopped and asked him if he needed a ride to school, police said.
The child described the woman as white with long dark hair and a prominent mole on her face.
Again, the child walked to a house and nothing else happened.
Police said they have stepped up patrols in the area during bus stop hours.
Anyone with information may call the Lower Paxton Township Police Department at 717-657-5656 or leave an anonymous tip at 717-724-8317.