Two teen boys in a black sedan made lewd remarks to a 10-year-old girl as she walked home in the Orchard Park neighborhood Thursday afternoon and police are seeking information about them.
Northern Regional Police Chief T. Robert Amann said the girl and a 9-year-old boy were walking together down Woodhill Drive after getting off their school bus when the teens made the lewd remarks and drove off.
The children were not physically harmed during the short encounter about 4 p.m. in the Richland Township neighborhood, the chief said.
The children described the car's driver as a white male and the passenger as a black male in a white skull cap with some sort of makeup or paint under his eyes, Amann said.
The black sedan has peeling paint on the hood, he added.
"We're asking for the help of the community," Amann said. "We feel (the teens) are probably local. We're interested in talking to them."
To contact Northern Regional Police, call 724-625-3157.
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