Sanger police and school district officials are asking for help identifying a man who allegedly tried to pick up two female students walking home from WAMS at approximately 3:10 p.m. on March 19.
The students said they were approached by a Hispanic male in a gray four-door car, possibly a Nissan, and asked if they needed a ride, said associate superintendent Eduardo Martinez.
"The girls said 'no' and continued walking to a relative who was waiting for them," said Martinez. The girls told their father about the incident and he reported it to the school.
In a letter to Sanger Unified parents Martinez wrote, "We are working closely with the Sanger Police Department ... Sanger Unified School Distirct leaders have been instructed to raise awareness among staff."