EAST LANSING - A sketch has been released of a man an East Lansing girl describes as attempting to abduct her Wednesday morning. The 12-year-old girl describes the suspect as a white male, heavy-set, in his 40's with brown shaggy hair. The suspect was wearing black sweatpants and a black t-shirt at the time of the attempted abduction.
The girl tells police that she was walking to her school bus Wednesday morning at about 7:45a.m. when she noticed a silver, Chevy Impala with squeaky breaks following close behind her. As she approached the intersection of Sunset Lane and Northlawn street, the driver got out of the car, walked toward her, and told her to get into his car. The girl screamed "no" and ran away. She safely made it back to her home two blocks away.
East Lansing Police ask anyone with information about this to call them at 1-877-ELPD-TIP (1-877-357-3847)
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