Seattle police are working to find the men, who reportedly wore hooded sweatshirts when they approached the girls on the street.
Two 13-year-old girls told police they were attacked by two men while walking home from school Monday in Seattle’s Delridge neighborhood, according to police.
Authorities are investigating.
The teens told officers they were on the street near 22nd Avenue Southwest and Southwest Trenton Street when two men in hooded sweatshirts tried to grab them, police wrote in a news release.
The men reportedly tried to force the girls into a nearby yard, but the teens fought them off before running home, police said.
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Because of the men’s sweatshirts, the teens told police the attackers’ faces were hard to make out, according to police. Investigators have yet to find the men.
Police ask anyone with information on the incident to call 206-233-2623.
Seattle police said they have increased patrols in the Roxhill and South Delridge neighborhoods, the release says.