GREENBURGH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Parents in a Westchester County town are being warned about a man reportedly following and photographing children.

Greenburgh police are investigating a handful of luring attempts last week.

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Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said three children claimed a white man in his 60s slowly followed them on Stonewall Circle and started taking pictures of them after school last Thursday.

“That scared the children,” Feiner said.

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The man, who had white hair, a gray beard, and was wearing glasses, reportedly drove a white four-door sedan — possibly a Honda — with Connecticut plates, Feiner said..

In earlier incidents, a man fitting the same description was seen driving a white van with New York plates and following a juvenile, Greenburgh police said.

Feiner is urging parents to have a discussion with their children about stranger danger.

“They shouldn’t walk alone, they should be careful, if they see anyone who is remotely suspicious they should alert the police,” Feiner said.

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Anyone with information can contact the Greenburgh Police Department at 914-989-1710.