A woman has been approached and advised to get into a van by an unknown particular person as she left her Gold Coast primary school.
An “pressing message” was despatched to oldsters of Helensvale State School about “stranger hazard” on Monday after the incident on Friday afternoon.
Principal Heidi Sales space has warned mother and father to be vigilant following the incident.
“On Friday afternoon, we had been notified that there was a white van outdoors our school and the driving force approached a student and advised the student to get in the van,” Sales space wrote.
“Please remind your youngsters about stranger hazard and report any unusual conditions like this to each the police and our school workplace.”
Police have been knowledgeable of the incident.
No particulars have been given in regards to the establish of the van driver.
The Queensland training division says different colleges in the realm have additionally been notified.
“Helensvale State School has notified its school group to be vigilant following an incident final week involving an unknown particular person approaching a student as they had been touring dwelling from school,” a division spokesperson mentioned.
“The school has reminded college students of private security methods to make sure student consciousness is heightened when travelling to and from school.
“The school has additionally inspired mother and father to stay vigilant by means of an e-mail despatched to oldsters and caregivers to bolster security and consciousness messages.”