Police: Inconsistencies In Reported Kidnapping Case

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Updated: 1/07/2013 7:40 pm
Police in Georgetown say that a young girl reported that a man tried to abduct her Monday morning.

Now investigators say there are several inconsistencies in her story.

Originally, the child told police that it happened around 7:00am as she was standing at her bus stop at the Georgetown Terrace Apartments.

The girl told police a man in a 4-door, maroon car told her to get into his vehicle.

She reported that when she told him 'no', the man tried to grab her.

The girl claimed she then ran to a neighbor’s house, and stayed there until police came.

Police say that despite the inconsistencies in the story, they will continue to increase patrols in the area, and investigate the claims.
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