Parents warned about attempted abductions outside Phoenix schoolPosted: Updated:
PHOENIX -- The Deer Valley Unified School District is warning parents about two attempted abductions this week.
On Monday, there was an attempted abduction of two students outside Paseo Hills School near Deer Valley Road and 35th Avenue in Phoenix.
According to the district, an attempted abduction of another student occurred Tuesday outside the school. According to school officials, a boy was riding his bike near the school when a man in a white van with KC lights on top tried to kidnap him.
Police have not confirmed the details, but did say that on both Monday and Tuesday, somebody did ask kids near the school if they wanted a ride.
The district sent out a robocall to parents of students at Paseo Hills School and Park Meadows Elementary School, which is near 35th Avenue and Beardsley Road.
There is no suspect description at this time. Information will be updated as it becomes available.