Police are looking for a man and a woman who stopped their vehicle to speak to a group of Aberdeenshire children at the weekend.
Officers want to contact the pair who are understood to have approached the youngsters in a blue Volkswagen on Oldmeldrum’s Provost Florence Drive.
A police spokeswoman said the children “did not know the man and woman”, who are described as being in their late teens or early-20s.
Sergeant Lorraine Mackie said: “We would like to speak to the occupants of the vehicle to satisfy ourselves that there was nothing untoward in the contact.
“There is nothing to suggest this at this time but we would nevertheless like to trace them to establish the full circumstances.”
The incident took place on Sunday between 2pm and 3pm, the day before officers launched an investigation into a man and a woman caught allegedly taking photographs of children playing at Kemnay’s Alehousewells School.
Five youngsters had been outside next to the school building on Bremner Way when the incident took place on Monday at about 4.45pm.
One parent lodged a complaint with the police when her children returned home.
The woman involved was described as wearing a white top and a black jacket.
An Aberdeenshire Council spokeswoman said the local authority could not comment while the investigation is on-going.
Police are urging anyone with information on either incident to contact them on 101 or through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.