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Authorities Investigating Child Luring Incident In West Valley School District

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: A parent with the West Valley School District reported to school officials a possible child luring incident Thursday night in the Frasier Estates area.   

West Valley Staff reported the incident to the district security officers who are now actively investigating, along with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office. The person involved is a white mail driving a small dirty red sedan.  

West Valley Public Relations Director Sue Shields ask that parents tell their children about this incident and remind the child to observe safety precautions, use the buddy system, do not talk to strangers and call 911 if anything like this happens to them.

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