Summit County Sheriff’s Office warns parents about suspicious activity
Man reportedly asked young girl if she wanted a ride home
April 4, 2017
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of a man asking a 12-year-old girl if she wanted a ride home.
According to a news release from the Summit County Sheriff's Office, the girl's parents informed the police about the incident, which reportedly happened Thursday, March 30. The man was described as white and in his 50s, with gray hair and driving a gray SUV or minivan.
The Sheriff's Office issued a warning to parents to educate their children about how to stay safe around strangers, and to contact the police if they see similar suspicious behavior.
"Please remind your children to refuse getting into a vehicle or going anywhere with a stranger," the release states. "Immediately contact the Sheriff’s Office if this happens to anyone you know! If you know anything about this incident we want to hear from you!"
The Sheriff's Office can be reached at 435-615-3600 or by calling 911.
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