(WXYZ) - The Plymouth-Canton School District is alerting residents of a stranger danger after a fifth grader was approached at his bus stop at Cherry Hill Point and Lotz Road by a person asking the student if he wanted a ride.
The student from Eriksson Elementary School didn't respond to the driver and ran to an apartment complex for help, according to an announcement on the district's website.
The incident happened around 7:50 a.m. on Tuesday and the person was described as a man in his early 30s with short dark hair and a black mustache.
The district notes the man was driving a dark green, newer model 4-door car.
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