Mom's video captures bus stop stranger danger



STOCKBRIDGE, GA (WXIA) -- Henry County Police are investigating what they believe was an attempted abduction of a kindergarten student moments after she got off a school bus Wednesday.

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The incident was captured on the child's home security surveillance cameras. The mother of the child called police and took to social media to share the video.

It happened around 2:30pm.

The video shows a two door, white, hatchback-style car follow the school bus onto Summer Walk. Once the child gets off the bus and walks to her home, the vehicle pulls up to her in her driveway.

According to the police report, a man described as white with brown hair and glasses said, "Hello, can you help me?". The girl said "no". The child's mother said the man then motioned with his hand and said, "Come here". The child continued to her front door and went inside.

Cpt. Joey Smith with the Henry County Police Department said the video itself is concerning.

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