Attempted Child Luring Near Olive-Mary Stitt School — Suspect on Foot

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Olive-Mary Stitt School Child Luring Suspect April 13, 2018

The Arlington Heights Police Department is investigating an Attempted Luring, which occurred about 3:45 p.m. on Friday, April 13, 2018, near Olive-Mary Stitt School near Arlington Heights Road & Olive Street). The suspect is described as a white male in his 60’s, average height and weight, wearing a blue “mechanic” type of shirt and baggy blue jeans.

On Friday, April 13, 2018 a 9 year-old girl and 10 year-old girl walked out of school late after the initial dismissal rush. As the two girls were walking toward the location where their parents were parked, the suspect peered out from behind a bush and motioned for the girls to come with him. The girls did not recognize the suspect and walked away from the suspicious suspect, toward the location where their parents were parked.


Once their parents were made aware of what occurred, the parents drove to the area where the suspect was last seen, but the suspect was already gone. In the release from the Village of Arlington Heights, the police department did not detail when the police were notified about the incident. The police release with the accompanied sketch of the suspect was released about 453:30 (hours: minutes) or 19 days after the alleged incident occurred.

If any citizens are able to identify the suspect depicted in the above sketch, or any citizens are experiencing similar cases, the police urge citizens to contact Detective Piotr Gacek at 847-368-5353 or [email protected]

Olive-Mary Stitt School Child Luring Suspect April 13, 2018Attempted child luring suspect at Olive-Mary Stitt School on Olive Street Arlington Heights (police sketch).



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