Edmonton police said Thursday that two men they were looking to speak with regarding a reported encounter with a young girl have made contact with police.
On Wednesday, officers were looking for help identifying two men who approached and reportedly grabbed a 10-year-old girl on Friday at Kingsway Mall.
In a news release updating the situation, police said the investigation was ongoing, but no charges had been laid.
Police were called after the girl reported that two men approached her in conversation and one of them reportedly grabbed her arm.
The girl wasn’t harmed and police said the men left the mall shortly after. She didn’t know either of the men, police said.
Police described the first suspect as a man with a medium build with a “high top fade” haircut. He was wearing blue pants and a camouflage zip-up hoodie with an orange line on the front.
The second suspect was described as a man with a thin build who was last seen wearing a plain orange baseball hat, blue jeans and shoes with white soles. He also had on a black-zip puffer jacket with a small grey logo on the front.
The investigation is ongoing, according to police.