Raytown School District alerts parents to another ‘stranger danger’ incident

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Courtesy: MGN Online

RAYTOWN, Mo. — The Raytown School District said that a second reported instance of ‘stranger danger’ happened on Friday morning. The district said that a man in a dark colored car with tinted windows pulled up near her as she walked to her bus stop on 47th Street. This comes after a similar incident was reported on Wednesday.

The man asked the girl if she needed a ride to her bus stop and she denied him. She then reported that the man was parked in his vehicle but left when other students came out of the bus.

The school district did not mention whether they believe this incident is related to one from earlier in the week. While the actions of the person asking a child if they needed a ride are similar, the stranger from earlier in the week was in a pick-up truck. If any further description is released we will update this story.

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