REGION - Hills Fleurieu Police are investigating two separate incidents where two teenage schoolgirls were approached by a man driving a car and told to get in the vehicle.
In both incidents the man drove off when the girl threatened to call the police.
The first occurred at about 4pm on Wednesday, November 7 at Mount Compass and the second at about 7.40am on Friday, November 9 at Goolwa.
At this time it is believed the incidents are not related, and police are continuing to investigate the matters.
Due to this suspicious behaviour the Hills Fleurieu Police will be increasing the police presence during before and after school hours in the Fleurieu region near schools.
It is important that police are contacted immediately should an incident occur or should anything suspicious be observed by the public. This will ensure prompt police attention.
Delays in reporting matters such as these make it difficult for police to conduct investigations.
Anyone who witnessed an incident or has information that could assist with these investigations are asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.sacrimestoppers.com.au
Parents and caregivers are encouraged to reinforce 'stranger danger' awareness with their children and ensure their knowledge of police contact numbers, 000 for life threatening emergencies and 131 444 for a police patrol.