Composite Obtained of Suspect Who Attempted to Entice Student into Vehicle
(Bel Air, MD – January 4, 2007) — Harford County Sheriff’s Deputies have obtained a composite drawing of the suspect who attempted to entice an Edgewood High School student into his vehicle in early December.
The 16-year old female was walking to school on Perry Avenue when an unknown male pulled up beside her asking if she needed a ride. The student refused the ride and the man attempted to block her in with his vehicle however; she was able to get a way and ran to school. Upon arrival at school the student reported the incident to the Harford County Sheriff’s School Policing Officer assigned to Edgewood High School.
A search of the neighborhood was conducted by sheriff’s deputies, however efforts to locate the suspect where to no avail.
The student described the suspect as a white male, between the ages of 25 – 30, medium build having, a thin finely trimmed beard along the jaw line. At the time of the incident the man was wearing a gray hooded jacket, black shirt and black skull cap. He was operating a four-door compact sedan with gray interior and dice hanging from the rear view mirror.
Anyone with information regarding the suspicious person or the incident are asked to contact the Harford County Sheriff’s Office at 410-838-6600. Additionally, Harford County Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for committing the crime. To be eligible for the reward, callers must contact the 24-hour tip-line at 1-888-540-TIPS. All information will be kept strictly confidential.