Norfolk, Neb., police say they are searching for a man who urged an elementary school pupil to enter his van and help him deliver groceries.
Police said the young pupil at Norfolk's Westside Elementary School told them that he was walking home after school Monday afternoon when he was approached by the man in the area of 15th Street and Park Avenue. The man was carrying two sacks of groceries and asked the pupil to get in his van and help him deliver the groceries.
The pupil refused and ran to his home.
Police described the man as about 40 years old and bald with an athletic build. The man had a tattoo of a skeleton holding a gun on one of his upper arms.
Authorities described the van as white, possibly a cargo mini-van, with some rust and damage.
Anyone with information on the case is urged to call Norfolk police at 402-644-8700.