SAN BRUNO -- Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for two suspects who they say tried to lure teenage girls into their car on two separate occasions this week.
Both incidents took place Thursday afternoon in San Bruno and in Burlingame, police said, and the victims were not injured.
The first attempted luring took place just before 1:20 p.m. in the 400 block of Mastick Avenue, according to San Bruno Police.
A 16-year-old girl told police that a driver in a blue, four-door sedan pulled up alongside her as she walked, made a rude gesture at her then and asked her to come over to his car.
The girl ignored the suspect and walked away, police said.
Police said that suspect is a clean-shaven man in his 40s with a bald head and that he wore a light blue button-up shirt. The suspect was last seen driving west on Taylor Avenue.
In a separate incident that took place just before 4 p.m. Thursday, police said a man in a shiny, blue sedan pulled up alongside a 13-year-old girl near Dwight Road and Bayswater Avenue.
The victim told police the man asked her if she wanted to "earn some money," police said. The girl ignored the man and walked away, police said.
Police said that suspect is a man in his 30s with short blonde hair and wearing black framed, dark glasses. In that case, the suspect drove west on Bayswater Avenue, police said.
Anyone with information about either incident can call San Bruno
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