St. Peters Police Seeking Man Who Lured 11-Year-Old Girls with Frisbee
Police say an unidentified male stood behind the girl, who had the Frisbee in her hand, and put his hands on her waist making her feel uncomfortable.
St. Peters Police are looking for a suspicious man who used a Frisbee to initiate inappropriate contact with an 11-year-old girl in the Tanglewood Subdivision on Sept. 9.
Police say two 11-year-old girls were walking in the Tanglewood Subdivision at around 6:45 pm on Sunday evening, when an unidentified male retrieved a Frisbee from the trunk of his parked vehicle. The man then threw the flying disc at the girls. One of the girls said she didn't know how to throw the Frisbee, and the male subject said he would teach her how.
Police say the male stood behind the girl, who had the Frisbee in her hand, and put his hands on her waist. The girl told police she felt uncomfortable with his touching and both females ran from the area.
The male subject was described as:
- White male, approximately 50 years old
- Balding with grey hair
- Average height and weight
- Occupying a brown “boxy” sedan
- Walked “crooked”
The juvenile’s parents delayed reporting the incident, so officers were unable to locate the male subject.
Anyone with information about the identity of the male subject is asked to call St. Peters Police Department at 636-278-2222.