"Police announced Tuesday night that the individual the Franklin Police was interested in identifying earlier in the day had come forward.
The announcement came hours have they issued a press release saying they were trying to identify a young man who entered the John F. Kennedy School on Pond Street last Friday after classes had concluded for the day.
“There was no criminal intent and the matter is resolved,” said in a statement issued Tuesday night."
Kennedy School incident of March 6, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 10, 2020 2:30 PM
"Franklin, Massachusetts: On Friday March 6, 2020 an unknown male individual made entry to the John F. Kennedy School on Pond Street. This occurred after school hours; however students participating in after school programs were still on site.
After making entry by entering though an open door as another parent left, he proceeded into a common hallway where he was confronted by school staff and questioned as to his reason for being in the school. At no time did he come into contact with any students. His answers to staff questions were inconsistent, and he was escorted from the building immediately.
|"Franklin Police Department is only seeking to identify the individual in the photos"|
At this time the Franklin Police Department is only seeking to identify the individual in the photos. No criminal charges are pending at this time.
If you have any information on this individual please contact the Franklin Police Detective Division at 508-528-1212 and press option #6."
Shared from the Town of Franklin page