OPP say no malicious intent after child offered ride in Crediton, Ont.

An Ontario Provincial Police cruiser is seen in this file photo. File / Global News

UPDATE: On Friday morning, OPP said the people involved in the incident have been identified and add that “nothing malicious occurred.”

Huron County OPP are investigating a suspicious incident after a child was offered a ride in Crediton, Ont.

OPP received a report about the incident at around 4 p.m. Wednesday.

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A middle grade elementary student was waiting in front of his home for a family member when a mysterious vehicle pulled up and the passenger asked the child if he needed a ride.

The child declined and the vehicle continued westbound from the home on Victoria Avenue. It then turned around and drove eastbound out of the area.

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Police describe the vehicle as a blue, smaller SUV or a large car with four doors.

The driver was not described.

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Investigators are asking to speak with the people in the vehicle. Anyone with information is being asked to contact Huron OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or 519-482-1677.

The OPP is encouraging parents to regularly engage in personal safety conversations with their children. Resources can be found at or at the Canadian Centre for Child Protection at

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