The Hogansville Police Department is still seeking information on an unknown male and female involved in an incident at a school bus stop.
Police are hoping that the public can help identify the driver and passenger of a silver or grey Honda involved in the incident. The newer model vehicle has a black stripe at the top of the windshield with white lettering. The vehicle also possibly has a spoiler.
Chief Brian Harr said they are looking to identify the subjects due to an incident on Friday, February 16, around 7:30 a.m. A group of juveniles were waiting at a school bus stop near Askew Avenue and Lawrence Street when the vehicle pulled up and a man hopped out of the passenger side and threatened the children.
The man then left the area in the silver Honda when a school bus pulled up.
The passenger was described as white male, in his mid to late 30’s, with a goatee. He was last seen wearing a black ball cap, white t-shirt, and black shorts with white spots.
The driver was described as a white female, in her late 20’s to early 30’s.
The vehicle was last seen at Askew Avenue and Lawrence Street heading toward Johnson Street.
“We’re hoping that someone can help us identify the vehicle or the occupants,” said Harr, “We would like to speak with them about the incident.”
This incident is still under investigation by the Hogansville Police Department. If anyone has any additional information about this incident or the identity of the unknown subjects, please contact the Hogansville Police Department at 706-637-6648. Anonymous tips can also be provided through the Troup County Crime Stoppers at 706812-1000.
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