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Police: Oxford man tried to lure children to his car

Sean Bryan Matthews (Source: Hamilton Police Department) Sean Bryan Matthews (Source: Hamilton Police Department)
HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) -

Hamilton Police have arrested an Oxford man on a warrant of criminal child enticement.

Police say that they received several reports that a man was driving his 2002 black Mitsubishi Lancer through parts of Hamilton, attempting to lure pre-adolescent boys into his vehicle. Police say the man also pulled up to several of the victims, offering them money to allow him to take pictures of them. These reports were from as far back as December.

Police determined that Sean Bryan Matthews, 26, was the one driving the car, and arrested him.

Anyone who may have had any contact with Matthews is asked to call Detective Paul Davis at the Hamilton Police Department at (513) 868-5811, extension 1204.

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