Man sought in North Huntingdon salon incident
North Huntingdon police said Sunday evening they are trying to identify a man who visited a township tanning salon on Oct. 2.
Police said the man asked “uncomfortable questions” and “attempted to have inappropriate and unwelcomed contact” with an attendant at the store.
The man left in an unknown direction and vehicle, police said in a statement.
North Huntingdon police ask anybody with information to call the department at 724-863-8800.
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