LOS ANGELES, Sept. 10 (UPI) -- The University of Southern California says it has warned female students of two men cruising in a minivan near campus trying to lure them with free rides.
The vehicle is said to be similar to the vans the school uses in its free shuttle service, the USC Department of Public Safety told the Los Angeles Times.
Officials of the LA school say female students have been approached by two men in a van several times in recent weeks.
The van has dual sliding doors and custom black and chrome rims, witnesses say, driven by a man with long hair and wearing sunglasses and a black beret or watch cap.
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