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Lilburn Police release sketch of abduction suspect

This artist sketch shows the man Lilburn Police say attempted to coax a 10 year-old girl into his car. He is described as a light skinned black male, medium build, with freckles. The suspectis vehicle is a newer model black or gray Dodge Charger with very shiny rims.

This artist sketch shows the man Lilburn Police say attempted to coax a 10 year-old girl into his car. He is described as a light skinned black male, medium build, with freckles. The suspectis vehicle is a newer model black or gray Dodge Charger with very shiny rims.

LILBURN -- Police in Lilburn released a sketch from a GBI artist, surveillance photos and a "be on the lookout" alert on Tuesday for a suspect in an attempted child abduction case.

The suspect is a light-skinned black male, medium build with freckles. His vehicle is a newer model black or gray Dodge Charge with very shiny rims. Police said the incident happened at about 7:30 p.m. on June 1 in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church at 285 Main St. in Lilburn.

The man attempted to coax a 10-year-old Snellville girl into his car while she roller bladed, but the incident was interrupted by the girl's mother. A Lilburn Police incident report said the man opened his car door and asked her to get in. The girl's mother, meanwhile, walked toward the man's car, and when he noticed her coming, he drove away.

The mother and daughter then saw the man at a nearby Shell gas station. Police released surveillance photos of the man at the counter inside the gas station, and of his car near gas pumps.

The daughter pointed out the man to her mother, and as the man saw the vehicle coming, he attempted to shield his face with his hand, then sped off toward Lilburn, the report said.

Earlier reports of the incident described the suspect as in his mid-30s, wearing a gold wedding band, black shirt, blue jeans and black, red and gray Jordan sneakers. A partial tag on the vehicle is PF6999.

If you can identify the suspect or have information, call Lilburn Police at 770-921-2211.

Comments

John5214 10 months, 2 weeks ago

This bozo was lucky it wasn't my wife who saw him at the Shell station. She would have taken a baseball bat to this guy and hit parts of him where girls would no longer be of interest to him. If you get my drift.....

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