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Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« on: April 12, 2010, 09:36:39 PM »
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Ontario police seek possible child stalker
Last Updated: April 12, 2010 7:54pm

KINGSTON, ONT. -¬ Police are investigating a report of an elderly man who appeared to be luring or stalking young children on a rural road just northwest of Picton, Ont.

Officers were called to Bethel Road Saturday afternoon after a report by a parent that a man in a gold or beige four-door car had stopped to ask his two daughters, who are both under the age of 12, what they were doing. He offered them money.

The girls ignored the man and went home.

Police say the man had a small dog with him.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Suspiciious Man near Kids
by Manny Paiva 
Police are looking for a man who was spotted looking at children in Kincardine.

South Bruce OPP received a call just before 5 PM last Friday about a suspicious male parked in a gold minivan looking at children playing at Lions Park.

Witnesses say the man was in the minivan for an hour -- and had been travelling with a young woman in her 30's.

The suspect is described as being 5 foot 10 and skinny with blonde hair.

He was wearing a beige hat, orange shirt and jeans and had a necklace with a marijuana leaf on it.

Police say he was also acting strangely.

Anyone with information is asked to call South Bruce OPP or Crime Stoppers.

Suspicious motorists approaches youth
Date: May 06, 2009

Police say a woman driving a late-model gold coloured van offered to give a Wasaga Beach child a ride to school on Thurs., April 30.

The child did not know the woman, police say.

Const. Mark Kinney of the Huronia West OPP detachment says the incident happened around 9 a.m.

"This gold van stopped beside the youth who at the time was in the area of the pathway that connects Caribou Trail with Birchview Dunes Elementary School," Kinney said.

He said that thankfully the youth ran away and once at school, reported the incident.

"The members of the Huronia West detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police remind all parents to speak to your children about being safe while walking along our roadways," Kinney said.

He said that under no circumstances should youth ever enter someone's home or vehicle if they don't have parental permission to do so.

He added that youth should also travel with a buddy and avoid isolated routes. Parents should also make sure they know the route their child is taking, Kinney said.

Anyone with information about the above incident is asked to call the detachment at 429-3575.

Friday, January 16, 2009
OPP Need Assistance With Sexual Assault Investigation
by Dianne Colgan   
The Lambton OPP are looking for help in a sexual assault investigation.

A 28 year old woman got into a four-door, gold or beige coloured vehicle with a man travelling from Wallaceburg to Sarnia yesterday night.

A man described as being in his early 40's allegedly grabbed the woman inappropriately and made sexual advances towards her.

The woman was able to leave the vehicle on Murray Street in Corunna, where she found a nearby store and called the police.

The suspect is around 5 feet, 7 inches tall, with short dark hair and a moustache.

The OPP are asking for any witnesses or anyone with information to contact the crime unit or Crime Stoppers.

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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2010, 04:31:22 PM »
techdog posted another suspicious gold vehicle description. See the following post in Hamilton:,3504.0.html

Quote: techdog 05.08.10  11:04:07 AM  MAN IN SMALL GOLD CAR
Several people have noticed an man around the Lake Ave. area school and other schools in the area.Blondish hair glasses and car possibly an older Dodge shadow.


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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2010, 05:09:03 AM »
There is just something about those gold color vehicles.

RCMP continue to search for suspect in child abduction
Updated: Thu Jun. 24 2010 15:55:08

RCMP in Olds continue to investigate after a seven-year-old girl was abducted one week ago.

Police say the little girl was riding her bike with her dog in the Town of Bowden when a man allegedly approached her, and then abducted her. Police say the girl's bike and her dog were taken as well.

Then a few hours later, police believe the suspect dropped the girl and her dog off on a rural road. The seven-year-old then walked to a nearby house for help.

Investigators now say they have uncovered new details in the investigation.The child's bicycle was recovered north of Carstairs on Saturday. And officers believe they have figured out a timeline of events on the day of the abduction.

They say the child was riding her bike between 6 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. last Thursday with her dog on the south side of 19th Avenue between 22nd Street and 23rd Street in the Town of Bowden.

Police say a truck drove up, stopped, and a man got out. The man then forcibly put the girl in the backseat of the truck, picked up the small dog by the tail and threw it in the truck, and put the bike in the box of the truck.

It is believed the man then drove out of Bowden on Highway 2A heading south, through the Town of Olds, and continued south toward Carstairs. The suspect stopped at an unknown location north of Carstairs for a period, and at that point got rid of the child's bike.

The truck then drove back past Bowden and around 8 p.m., the girl was dropped off eight kilometres northwest of Bowden on a gravel road.

Police have also gained a more detailed description of the suspect's vehicle.

The truck is described as:

Full-size pickup truck
Shiny metallic paint possible grey/gold
A club or Crew cab with a full backseat
Four full sized doors, all of which open toward the back
Dark colored interior
Rubber floor mats

The suspect is described as:

Thin build
Olive or darker colored complexion
Short spiked black hair
Facial hair stubble
May have an accent
He was wearing blue jeans, a blue shirt with light-colored horizontal stripes, and dark colored shoes.

Police are asking anyone who may information on this incident to contact them at 403-556-3323 or through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2010, 12:58:15 PM »
gold coloured van in both Kincardine, ON and Wasaga Beach, ON, both towns are popular beach resorts on Lake Huron, approximately 2 hours apart,

gold coloured car in Picton, another popular beach area on Lake Ontario, 5 hours from Kincardine, 3 hours from Wasaga Beach (assuming no traffic issues)


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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2010, 02:20:43 PM »
In the past few years metallic gold has been very common in cars, less so in vans and trucks (at least what I have noticed in the west). I sure hope someone is taking down license plate numbers.


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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2010, 07:58:01 PM »
This was posted on the other gold colored vehicle thread today. Thought I would post it here in case there are more. Maybe the two threads could be combined.

thought this was interesting when i read it in the paper today.

Children approached by stranger in gold car
Tim Whitnell, BURLINGTON POST STAFF|Oct 13, 2010 - 4:38 PM

Separate incidents have police recommending street safety precautions

Halton Regional Police is investigating three recent incidents in Burlington where young girls have been approached by someone in a gold-coloured car.

On Tuesday, Sept. 14, shortly after 4 p.m., a 13-year-old Burlington girl was walking south on Melba Avenue, just south of Spruce Avenue, when a four-door, gold-coloured car quickly slowed down beside her.

Police say the man driving the vehicle didn’t get out, but stared at the young girl for a “disturbingly” long time.

The driver of the vehicle continued a short distance and made a U-turn on Melba and passed the young girl again, but did not make further contact.

On Friday, Sept. 17, the same girl was walking with friends along Spruce Avenue at Ardent Crescent when she said the same driver and vehicle appeared again with the driver seeming to be looking at her.

The driver is described as a white male, 30-40 years old, with very short brown hair and unshaven.

In the most recent similar incident, last Wednesday (Oct. 6), a 12-year-old Burlington girl was walking in the area of Applegarth Drive and Emerson Drive shortly after 3 p.m. when a vehicle slowed down beside her.

A passenger in the vehicle yelled at the youth to get her attention and when the girl turned he held out what appeared to be a bag of pills.

The young girl stated the man was saying something, but she could not hear his exact words. She ignored him and continued walking as the car left the area.

The car is described as a gold-coloured, four-door sedan, rusty with tinted rear windows and appeared to be an older vehicle.

The passenger in the vehicle is described as a 40-year-old man with a dark complexion, very short brown hair, unshaven and wearing a baggy grey or brown sweater.

Based on the description of the vehicle and the male in the separate incidents, police are recommending children listen to the street safety precautions discussed in school:

• Play together. Do not play in remote areas of parks or take short cuts through the woods

• Do not loiter on the way to or from school

• Do not go anywhere with a stranger and do not accept rides for any reason. Do not be afraid to say 'No' to any request, and run away quickly

• Tell an adult of any suspicious strangers right away

• Do not accept any treats, toys or money from a stranger for any reason

• Always tell your parents where you are and where you are going.

Anyone with information about the three drive-by incidents is asked to contact the Halton Regional Police Burlington Criminal Investigation Bureau at 905-634-1831, ext. 2315, or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers of Halton at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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Re: Police Seek Possible Child Stalker | Gold Colored Vehicle
« Reply #6 on: October 15, 2010, 08:02:42 PM »
Could it be one person just wearing disguises? Some of them - like ones they'd use in movies - can be very realistic.