Police Investigating Suspicious Activity Reported by Student
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WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. (KMOX) - The Webster Groves School District says one of its sixth-grade students reported some suspicious activity from some men in a van.
It happened as the boy was walking to the Steger Sixth Grade Center.
District Spokespeson Kathy Vespereny says a van with three men who were strangers to the boy pulled up alongside him.
“He said that they opened the panel on the van and told him to get in,” she says. “The student then ran to a car where a parent of a friend was.”
Rock Hill police are investigating. The boy told authorities the van was white and inside were three white men, 30 to 40 years old.
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