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RCSD Deputies seek suspect
Friday, March 15, 2013

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced today the search for the suspect who tried to abduct a student as she got off the school bus.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that on March 13, 2013 at approximately 4:30 PM (at the intersection of Broad River Road and Hufstetler Drive) a 14 year old female student was walking home from the school bus when a heavy set, dark skinned 50-55 year old bald man approached her. Sheriff Leon Lott added that the suspect approached the victim driving a burgundy 2 door pickup truck rolled his window down asking her if she wanted a ride. When the victim refused and ran away, the suspect got out of his truck and began chasing her. Sheriff Leon Lott stated that the 14 year old was able to get home, lock herself inside and call her family.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that the Department is actively searching for this suspect and that anyone who has information on the identity of this predator should contact: MidlandsCrimstoppers.com

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