Riverhead Central School District's administrative office on Osborn Avenue. File photo: Denise Civiletti

The Riverhead Central School District issued a statement Tuesday afternoon after they learned of an incident that happened two weeks ago where two men in a unidentified white SUV were caught videotaping two young females in their driveway in Manorville.

Riverhead Town police confirmed that a report was made Tuesday morning of an incident that occurred on Sept. 22 where two men in their 30s were taking video of two girls in a driveway on Schultz Road in Manorville.

Riverhead schools superintendent Dr. Aurelia L. Henriquez asked parents to “continue to reinforce with your children all necessary stranger safety protocols and to report any suspicious behavior immediately.”

This report follows another similar incident last Friday where two men in an unidentified silver sedan were parked near a bus stop on Hidden Pond Path in Wading River and started taking cell phone pictures of students after they were dropped off from school.

The Shoreham-Wading River School District issued a safety message to parents Saturday. (see prior story)

Anyone who may have information about this incident is requested to contact the Riverhead Police Department at (631) 727-4500.

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Maria Piedrabuena
María, a multimedia reporter, graduated from Stony Brook University with degrees in journalism and women and gender studies. She has worked for several news outlets including News12 and Fortune Magazine. A native of Spain, she loves to read, write and travel. She lives in Manorville. Email Maria