Brighton Central School District Issued a warning to be on the lookout for a blue sedan driven by a white male who offered two teen girls a ride to school.

BRIGHTON — Brighton Central School District issued a warning to the community after a car asked two teenage girls if they wanted a ride to school.

According to police, two teenage girls were approached by a dark blue sedan being driven by a middle-aged white male on Danbury Circle.

The school district released a statement Tuesday with further details:

"Parents, Families, and Community Members,

We are writing to let you know about a concerning incident that occurred in our community yesterday. A Brighton High School student was approached by someone they didn’t know and offered a ride to school. The student refused and the incident was reported to the Brighton Police Department.

We are not informing you of this incident to cause you any undue concern. However, we thought it was important to let you know about this situation so that you might remind your children of the lessons you have taught them around not talking to strangers and only interacting with trusted adults. Your continued diligence in monitoring your children’s bus stops or walking routes is appreciated.

Please let us know if we can do anything more to keep your children safe. We've alerted our bus drivers and will continue to work closely with Brighton Police to monitor this situation. Please report any suspicious behavior to the Police. Thank you for everything you do to keep your children safe."