Pattonville warns parents about potential stranger danger

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – The Pattonville School District is letting parents know about a stranger danger warning. Superintendent Tim Pecoraro says two Pattonville Heights Middle School students notified the school of a man getting out of his car and approaching them Monday afternoon.

It happened near the swimming pool on Forest Brook Lane, near Creve Coeur. The man offered them a ride and to pet his dog. The person is described as a man with short hair, glasses, and blue boots. He was driving a four-door older model, rusty tan sedan. The dog he had is described as a brown pit bull mix with two white front paws.

If you know anything or see this man, you’re urged to call the police.

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