Student at Sterling Heights school followed, approached by man in van

Published On: Nov 30 2012 03:55:15 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 30 2012 04:24:28 PM EST

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. -

Grimson Middle School sent home a letter to parents warning of a potential stranger danger involving a student on Friday.

The letter says a female student on her way to school in Sterling Heights was followed by a man driving a white cargo van with no windows.

The incident happened shortly after 7 a.m. in the area of Chicago Road and Wixson Drive in the city of Warren.

The man, described as light skinned with dark hair, got out of his van and approached the girl.

Read: Letter from Grimson Middle School.

The girl yelled to other students in the area and the man returned to his van and left.

"We are proud of our students for using safe judgment," wrote Principal Joseph Konal in the letter.

Police are investigating the incident.

Other stranger danger alerts in the community:

Nov. 30th. Police: Man tried to lure boy into truck with candy in Salem Township.

Nov. 9th Troy schools alert parents about stranger danger near bus stop

Nov. 11th Attempted abduction suspect sought in Roseville.

Oct. 4th Canton police investigate string of stranger dangers.

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