Man accused of attempting to lure children in Langenburg, Sask.

Police are searching for a man accused of attempting to lure children in Langenburg, Sask. File / Global News

Police in a Saskatchewan community are searching for a man after a report he was allegedly trying to lure children.

It happened Thursday afternoon in Langenburg, Sask.

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According to Esterhazy RCMP, four young children said they were approached by a man driving a minivan.

The children told police he pulled up to them and told them to get in his van.

The four children then ran away.

Police are looking for a late-aged Caucasian man with a medium build and wearing a red and black ball cap.

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He was driving what is described as a dirty red of burgundy minivan with a small Canadian flag on the roof, just above the windshield and attached with a suction cup.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Esterhazy RCMP at 306-745-4740 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Langenburg is approximately 400 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon.

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