ACT Policing has released the image of a man who is alleged to have abducted a 16-year-old Theodore girl on Tuesday, June 14.
Around 9.25am (June 14) the victim, who was wearing black tracksuit pants and a red top, was waiting at a bus stop in Theodore. A vehicle described as an older model, dark green-coloured Holden or Ford sedan stopped alongside her, a man got out and the victim was forced into the back seat. She was driven for a short time to a house, taken inside but managed to escape.
The house is described as a single story brick home with a wooden front door and windows either side. One of the windows had a slightly torn curtain believed to be yellow in colour. It has a concrete driveway down the left side of the block which leads to a brown wooden gate leading to the backyard.
The backyard has knee length grass, several dumped cars and washing machines.
The offender is described as aged in his late 20s, about 5’10”-6’ tall (178-183cm), stocky build, slightly tanned skin, and a beard.
He was wearing a black, hooded jumper and blue adidas tracksuit pants with white stripes down the side.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident and may have seen the girl, wearing black tracksuit pants and a red top, walking along pathways in the Chisholm or Richardson area, near the Calwell shops or in area of Theodore on Tuesday, 14 June is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Information can be provided anonymously.
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