Update: Parsons police say the man who allegedly drove the white car involved in an attempted abduction on Friday may have had a skull tattoo on his face. The car had an out-of-state tag, but investigators have not identified the state as of year.
Original story: A man riding in a white full-sized car tried to abduct a young girl Friday morning in Parsons. Police are investigating.
A release from the Parsons Police Department says at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the area of 32nd and Washington a white sedan with two male occupants attempted the abduction of the girl, whose age was not available.
The juvenile was outside in her yard and reported that a sedan stopped in front of her house. A white male left the car, approached her on the driveway and grabbed her arm. The juvenile said she told the man she would yell if he did not let her go. The male let the child go and ran back to the waiting car, which sped off. The juvenile was not hurt during the incident.
The vehicle is described as a white full-sized sedan with a darkened rear window. No plate was observed by the juvenile.
The driver is described as a black male with some type of tattoo on his face. He was possibly in his 20s or 30s. The passenger is described as a white male, also in his 20s or 30s, with blond hair. He was between 5-feet, 10-inches tall and 6-feet tall.
Acting Commander Kyle Wiford is coordinating this ongoing investigation.
Police Chief Robert Spinks said no other similar abductions have been reported. The incident has been pushed out on the department’s website and through Nextdoor.com.
Citizens are encouraged to “see it, hear it, report it.” If anyone has further information on these incidents or any other criminal activity, please contact the Parsons Police Department at 421-7060, call the tip line at 421-7057 or email email@example.com.