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Stranger Danger Alert from SRPD
Posted 9/27/19


We learned late last night that yesterday, a California High School student was approached by an unknown man as she walked home from school near Montevideo Elementary. While there were no reported threats or crimes, the incident was suspicious. San Ramon Police have released the following information. We want to commend the student for doing the right thing and reporting the information to an adult, who in turn contacted police. We continue to tell our students that “if you see something, or know something, say something.” Students are encouraged to report suspicious information to an adult and/or use SRVUSD’s anonymous tipline which can be found through the homepage of every school website. Thank you for continuing to help keep our students safe.




San Ramon Police Statement:


On Thursday, September 26, 2019, at approximately 3:29 p.m. a 13-year old female juvenile was walking home from school in the area of Montevideo Elementary on Broadmoor Drive.  The juvenile was approached by an unknown male, who started talking with the juvenile. The male asked for directions and complimented the way the juvenile’s jeans looked. The male then told the juvenile to have a good day and walked to his vehicle and drove off.  There were no reported threats or crimes committed, but the contact was suspicious.


Subject Description:


Hispanic Male Adult, approximately 20, 5’7”, 130 lbs, short-cropped black hair, sort goatee, black t-shirt (Subway), and baggy jeans.


Vehicle Description:


White beat-up sedan 


The San Ramon Police Department would like to remind parents to always maintain an open dialogue regarding child safety with their children.  Parents can get information to help their children at (US Dept. of Justice) and at the San Ramon Police Department website. 


The San Ramon Police Department is actively investigating this incident.  Anyone having any information pertaining to this described incident is encouraged to contact the San Ramon Police Department at

(925) 973-2779.