Parents warned after young Trinity School pupil ‘accosted’ on way to school in Erith

PUBLISHED: 14:36 22 November 2017

The young girl was accosted walking along West Street in Erith

The young girl was accosted walking along West Street in Erith


A text was sent to parents following the incident

Parents whose children attend a Belvedere school have received a warning after one pupil was “accosted” this morning.

The young pupil, who is not being named, was walking to Trinity Church of England School along West Street in Erith when she was approached by a man.

The school say she is “shaken but unharmed”.

Following the incident, which happened some time after 8am, the school has sent out a message to parents.

It reads: “We are contacting you today to let know that a young Trinity pupil was accosted and followed by a man she did not know this morning on the way to school.

“The incident took place in West Street, near St John the Baptist church.

“The girl was shaken but unharmed and the police are now dealing with the matter.”

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