"It looked like a white mid-size Chevrolet pickup truck with a square body on it. It had a short base low to the ground," said resident Jimmy Goodman.
On Wednesday afternoon, his son and a few other neighborhood children were approached by the occupants of a white truck. Goodman sat on the porch Thursday afternoon and has been on the lookout ever since.
STRANGER DANGER: Stedman resident Jimmy Goodman says a driver in a white truck approached his 7-year-old son while he and his friends were outside playing. The passenger in the truck told them they had candy to give if the kids got in. Story tonight on #ABC11. pic.twitter.com/oee2ebt4R3— Akilah Davis (@DavisABC11) September 6, 2018
"I would have stopped him myself," said Goodman. "Fear happens when you hear something like that and then madness."
According to Goodman, he won't let this incident stop his 7-year-old from playing outside. He just wants the word out about the stranger lurking Cumberland County.
"You can replace material things. You can't replace a child," said Goodman.