Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating a report of a suspicious male that approached a teenage girl last night in the Clearspring Mall parking lot near the picnic tables located north of McDonald’s. The investigation so far has determined that a middle aged man, described as; Caucasian in appearance, average height and build, unshaven, short black hair, wearing a baseball cap, eye glasses, a black jacket and black jeans, approached this teenage girl and had asked her questions about a dog she had been playing with earlier and also asked her questions about where her parents were. At one point, the male put his arm around the teen and attempted to hug her. The teen distanced herself from the male and the male eventually left the area driving an older black four door car with a bicycle rack with bicycle on the back of it.
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