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March 14, 2008
Police seek help finding suspect in abduction attempt
WOONSOCKET -- The police today asked for the public's help in finding and identifying a man who attempted to abduct a Woonsocket High School girl while she walked to school on Tuesday morning.
The police said the suspect is described a light-skinned, Hispanic male, about 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-8 tall, with a medium build and short dark hair with sideburns attached to a well-kept beard. He was wearing a baggy black T-shirt bearing a design and baggy light-blue jeans.
He was in a medium-size, dark-colored, four-door older model car with wood grain around the stereo. It had gray cloth seats, was neat inside, and had square door handles and what appeared to be manual door locks.
The Woonsocket police ask that anyone with information call (401) 766-1212.
The police also announced this week that six state troopers are working with the city's police to add to patrols following the abduction attempt.
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