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The suspected van looks similar to this one, from Port Clinton Police Department. The suspected van looks similar to this one, from Port Clinton Police Department.
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PORT CLINTON, OH (Toledo News Now) -

There are new developments in the Port Clinton stranger danger case from Sunday. Investigators say they have received six tips from people who say they think they've seen the van in question.

Police say a white van with five men inside approached two young sisters Sunday. The girls were unharmed, and immediately went to tell their grandfather.

"We're looking for any bit of information, if it's big or small," said Sgt. Corbin Carpenter, of the Port Clinton Police Department. "We would like to be able to catch these guys."

No arrests have been made in the case. Police are encouraging anyone with information to contact the department at 419-731-3121.

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