Child chased by man in Grantham prompts 'stranger danger' warning from police
Police have issued a 'stranger danger' warning after a man chased a child walking home from school in Grantham.
A boy was walking home when a man ran after him down a road, on Tuesday September 11.
The boy was left shaken but unharmed, and police say no contact took place.
The man is described by police as being around 5ft 9 inches tall, wearing a black jacket with the hood up and dark tracksuit bottoms.
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Police say they have increased their presence in the area as a precaution.
Parents are being asked not to panic, but to remind children about not talking to strangers.
Anyone who may have seen the incident or has any information on what happened is asked to call Lincolnshire Police on the 101 non-emergency number.