FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Police have released an image of a vehicle of interest in a reported "stranger danger" incident last week in Fort Myers.
According to Fort Myers Police, a young boy reported that on September 11, he was walking along Central Avenue when a silver SUV pulled up and a female passenger offered him candy to get in the vehicle.
The boy refused and ran away.
The driver was described as a black male with a short beard, shoulder length dreadlocks, with tattoos on his arms and hands.
There was a passenger that the boy described as a black female with shoulder length red hair, a camouflage shirt, and 1 gold tooth.
If anyone in the area has knowledge of a vehicle or couple that may match this description, they are urged to contact Fort Myers Police Detective Myra King at (239) 321-8016 or email email@example.com.
This incident reportedly happened the same day as another suspicious incident reported in Naples. In that case an 11-year-old girl says a man in a white car tried to get her to climb in their car.