Crime Police investigating attempted abduction at Oklahoma City elementary school

03:10  09 august  2017
03:10  09 august  2017 Source:   KOCO Oklahoma City

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(img1)OKCPS cuts © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. (img1)OKCPS cuts Police are investigating an attempted abduction Monday morning at an Oklahoma City elementary school.

Officials at Kaiser Elementary School were notified Monday morning that an older white man in a white utility van offered candy to a female student if she went into his vehicle, authorities said. The student ran to safety at the school.

Police and district security immediately responded to the report, and OKCPS officials are working with police department officials during their ongoing investigation.

"We encourage all of our families to talk to their children about stranger danger and to review the valuable resources shared by OKCPD today via social media," Beth Harrison, chief communication officer for OKCPS, said Tuesday in a news release. "As always, the safety of OKCPS students and staff is our top priority."

Kaiser Elementary School officials sent a letter to parents and guardians about the incident. The letter can be read here.

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