Fort Collins Police Looking for Suspect in Attempted Kidnapping


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Fort Collins police are looking for a suspect in an attempted kidnapping on Deerfield Drive in Fort Collins this week.

According to Channel 7 News-Denver, a teenage girl was riding her skateboard Tuesday afternoon when she was forced into his vehicle. Two men, who have yet to be identified, were walking nearby when they saw this go down and approached the vehicle to intervene. The suspect told the two men that he knew the girl, but she said she didn't know him. She left the area and then called police, according to a Fort Collins Police Services news release.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, in his early 20's with a thin mustache, short hair, bushy eyebrows, a deep voice with a Spanish accent. His is around 5-feet-10-inches-tall. He was driving an older, tan, four-door sedan with bubbled window tint.

The police are also looking for the two men who intervened so that they can get more information on the suspect. The girl described them as white males in their 20's or 30's.

Any with information can reach out by doing one of the following:

CALL: Corporal Tessa Jakobsson at 970-416-2825

EMAIL: tipsline@fcgov.com

If you wish to remain anonymous:

CALL: Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868

Or go to:

www.stopcriminals.com

SOURCE: Channel 7 News-Denver