• Help Police Find Man Who Attempted Student Abduction


    PASADENA (CNS) -Police today released a composite drawing of a man who
    tried to abduct an 11-year-old boy at La Salle High School while the child was
    attending a football game at the Pasadena campus.
    The boy told investigators he was accosted about 8 p.m. Oct. 7 when he
    left his parents to meet some friends near the parking lot of the school in the
    3800 block of East Sierra Madre Boulevard, said Pasadena police Lt. Tracey
    Ibarra.
    “Prior to contacting his friends, a male suspect … came out of some
    nearby bushes and placed his hand on the juvenile’s arm,’ Ibarra said. “When
    the suspect directed the boy to go with him, the boy pushed the suspect away
    and ran back toward the field.’
    Police released a computer-generated composite of the suspect, described
    as a white man in his mid 60s, about 5 feet 9 inches tall and 130-140 pounds,
    with short gray hair and thin eyebrows.
    The man got into a small, older-model, dark pickup truck and drove off
    eastbound on Sierra Madre Boulevard, Ibarra said.
    Anyone with information on the case was urged to call police at (626)
    744-4241.

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