A GIRL was asked to get into a stranger’s car on her walk into school.

The Year 9 pupil was left ‘very shaken’ but ‘unharmed’ when she was approached by an Asian man in a dark grey saloon car with blacked-out windows.

He is described as being in his 40s with a moustache and bald head. At the time he was wearing black trousers and a grey/green jacket. 

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In an email to all parents at Fitzharrys school, headteacher Sarah Brinkley warned pupils to be on alert when walking into school.

In a message titled ‘incident this morning’, seen by this paper, she wrote: “This girl is very shaken but unharmed, Thames Valley Police have been informed.

“Please be extra vigilant walking to and from school.”