Chicago police are warning parents and kids after a pair of attempted child abductions on Chicago's North Side.
The incident happened in the Belmont Garden neighborhood.
At about 5 p.m. Wednesday, two girls were approached by an unknown male driving a gray colored four-door Honda with black rims containing a letter H in the center cap, police said.
The Honda stopped in the rear of 4520 W. Deming Place.
The driver engaged the female juveniles in conversation and tried to lure them into the vehicle.
Police say the man was accompanied by a brown pit bull dog with red-colored eyes. The victims did not engage in conversation and fled to safety.
The suspect is described as an unknown male, approximately 6'0 -6'2 in height with straight black hair, blue eyes, crooked chipped yellow teeth, clean-shaven with an olive complexion. He is approximately 35 to 40 years of age with a "deep scary voice," police said. He was wearing a black hood, blue jeans and brown shoes.
The gray colored, four-door Honda is also described as having paint missing and loud. The vehicle also had hood ornamentation resembling horns.
If you have any information, contact Area North Detective Division at (312) 744-8261. Or, send an anonymous tip through TipSoft.com.