UPDATE Wed. 9/19 8:05 a.m.
Wright County Sheriff's Office issued a statement this morning regarding Saturday's incident in Albertville.
"Through our investigation, the Wright County Sheriff's Office has determined the suspicious person incident reported to us on September 15 is unfounded. We are continuing to investigate earlier reports of suspicious persons in the area that have been reported to us during the past several weeks. To date, we have been unable to determine any connection between those incidents."
"Details changed upon further investigation," wrote Capt. Greg Howell earlier this morning.
The Wright County Sheriff's Office asks that citizens remain aware of their surroundings and report all suspicious activity by calling 911.
ORIGINAL Tues. 9/18 9:00 a.m
Wright County Sheriff's Office issued a statement this morning regarding an incident that took place over the weekend in Albertville. The statement reads:
"On Saturday, September 15 at 8:43 p.m. the Wright County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a suspicious person in Albertville near the 10000 block of 61st Street NE.
An 18 year old Monticello girl reported that while riding her bicycle in the area, she was chased by a white male who was on foot. The male subject was described as being balding with a large belly and was wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans. The subject did not speak to the girl.
The area was checked by Sheriff’s Deputies and the Wright County K9 unit with negative results. The incident remains under investigation by the Wright County Sheriff’s Office."
"At this point in time the investigation has not found a connection to the previous incident nor are we ruling one out," Capt. Greg Howell from Wright County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday morning.