The Northeast Independent School District on Monday alerted parents about another case of stranger danger.

According to a letter sent home to parents, NEISD police were alerted about a man who tried to pick up a student near Krueger Middle School on Friday afternoon.

The letter says a man with long black hair and glasses was driving a blue van and asked a male student walking home if he wanted a ride.

The student kept walking.

When the driver caught up with the student a second time, the student ran home and told his parents.

The district is investigating and anyone with information is asked to call the school.

'Stranger danger' tips

KSAT Crime Analyst Eddie Gonzales also said this student did the right thing, not only by being aware of her surroundings, but also by running away.

"If something like this does happen, of course the first thing to do is to try to get away from this individual or the vehicle if you can run to a house or make it to your own house. If you can't, if there's one in close proximity, if there's a house along the way you can get to, knock on the door, tell them you need help, tell them to call police," Gonzales said.

Gonzales said you can also try to flag someone down that may be driving by at the time.