Police Want Mom To Stop Trying To Find Dates For Her Son

A view of Townson University in Maryland

A view of Townson University in Maryland

It's nearly Valentine's Day, and at Towson University in Maryland a mother has been trying so hard to find a date for her son that police are concerned.

Towson University officers received several complaints about the mom approaching students in two different buildings on campus, where she reportedly showed students a picture of her son on her cell phone before asking if they would be interested in a date with him, according to The Baltimore Sun.

University officials say the woman isn't facing any criminal charges, but they do want to speak with her to put an end to the harassment.

Campus police issued a bulletin, asking for help identifying the woman.

The Towson University Police sent an email to the student body saying: "The Towson University Police Department is investigating three related incidents occurring in the Cook Library and Center for the Arts buildings on February 6 and 7, 2019".

'This incident advisory is being provided in order to make the TU Community aware of an incident on campus that may cause concern, ' the email read.

"If anyone knows the person shown here or is approached by her the police ask that you call... immediately", police said.

As the story of this matchmaking mother has been shared online, people have began to express their deepest sympathies towards her son.

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