Parents in Mountain's Edge are on alert after receiving multiple letters warning them of suspicious people trying to lure children in the area.
According to the Clark County School District, there have been three similar incidents in the Mountain's Edge community that have sparked nearby schools to send home letters.
"We've received one from the school but it's continuous the kids talk about it weekly," said mother Jennifer Kellie.
CCSD told 13 Action News the first incident happened at Canarelli Middle School on Feb. 28. A letter sent home to parents said a woman approached two students asking if they wanted to go to her home.
According to CCSD, the second incident happened on March 6 when a student from William Wright Elementary School was approached by a woman asking if she needed a ride.
The latest incident happened March 12 near Reedom Elementary School when an adult and child were asked if they wanted a ride home before the woman driving told them to get in the car.
"We were worried, we were concerned," said Kellie.
Capt. Ken Young with CCSD Police said parents shouldn't be worried. He said the letter should be considered "precaution and not panic."
"I think the areas are still very safe from the law enforcement stand point," Young said.
Las Vegas police are currently investigating all three reports, but CCSD said each report did have a different variation when it came to the description of the car and woman.
CCSD also said while the three incidents were contained to those schools, many parents may have received letters because their schools sits within close proximity.