The reported Attempted Abduction reported on February February 13, 2013 has been determined to be unfounded.
Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division of the Frederick Police Department, aggressively follow-up on the reported attempted abduction, and were able to determine it to be unfounded. The interaction between the reporting person and the other person involved appears to be a misunderstanding.
On February 13, 2013, at approximately 0900 hours, the Frederick Police Department responded to 151 S. East St. in Frederick, MD for a reported attempted abduction. Preliminary investigation determined the suspect approached the female victim after she exited her vehicle. The suspect then grabbed her arm and made motion, as if to open the passenger door of his car. The victim pulled away from the suspect and ran towards an occupied building. The suspect then fled the area in his vehicle (pictured below) onto S. East Street. His direction of travel is unknown at this time.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his mid twenties to early thirties and was wearing blue jeans, a black or dark blue sweatshirt, and dark in color shoes. The suspect fled in what is believed to be a light colored, gold, or tan, older model sedan possibly a 1998-2002 Toyota Corolla. Distinguishing features on the vehicle are the three fender vents (louvers) and the absence of hubcaps.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to please Detective David Golden at 301-600-6218, email@example.com, or the Frederick police Department’s Tip Line 301-600-TIPS
Author of Release: Lt Clark A. Pennington (firstname.lastname@example.org)