Stranger Approached Students in Southington: Schools - NBC Connecticut

Stranger Approached Students in Southington: Schools



    Stranger Approached Students in Southington: Schools
    A man has approached students in Southington on three separate occasions and the description of the man is the same in each case, according to a message the interim superintendent sent parents.

    Southington schools are warning parents after a man approached three students.

    The interim superintendent alerted parents after learning from police that a man had approached three female students on three separate occasions.

    Two of the students approached are in high school, while the other is in middle school, according to the message.

    The man invited the high school students into his car and drove by the other student, while smiling and staring at the girl.

    Witnesses gave three different vehicle descriptions. Each had four doors, but one was a small gold car, another was a small silver car and the other was a small black car, according to police.

    However, the man is described as stocky and clean-shaven with dark hair, possibly in his late thirties or early forties. He was not wearing glasses.

    Anyone with information is asked to call police or the school’s central office.

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