We're hearing from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, who say it's important for parents to educate their children on what they call "stranger danger."
It comes in the aftermath of a young girl who was attacked in a Best Buy bathroom while her mother was in the check-out lane. Officer Shannon Hartley with JSO says parents should first make sure their kids have the appropriate supervision for whatever age they are.
"Some of these predators and dangerous people can be very cunning."
Hartley says he's seen several cases where teaching your child about Stranger Danger has been effective.
"Their loud, their vocal, they do everything they can to get away, to not become somebody that becomes abducted."
He says if a parent notices their child is missing, contact law enforcement immediately. If you lose your child in a store, he recommends you contact a staff member at the store first. He says even though he knows its a situation where most parents panic, you should try to remain calm and wait for law enforcement.