A boy’s walk home from a friend’s house on Friday night turned into a kidnapping nightmare and now police need your help finding the abductors.
Luckily for the 12-year-old victim and his family, the abduction was short-lived. According to police, on November 23 around 10:25 p.m. officers were called to the 8700 block of Pulaski Highway to investigate an abduction. When officers arrived they found a 12-year-old boy walking down the eastbound ramp of 695.
A preliminary investigation revealed the boy was walking home from a friend’s house when he was forced into a car at the intersection of Exeter Street and the 1100 block of Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore. The boy was driven about 6 miles and dropped off somewhere near Pulaski Highway.
Police describe the car as a 2010 four door, dark blue Toyota Corolla with a black interior. The car may have Pennsylvania tags with a silver frame.
Police are looking for three men in their twenties in connection to the kidnapping. The first suspect is described as a black male, mid 20's, 5'09, 185 lbs, with shoulder length braids, gold fronts on the top teeth wearing a black hooded sweat shirt and black pants or jeans.
The second suspect is described as a black male in his late 20's, 5'10", muscular build, short haircut, wearing a white hooded Hollister sweat shirt with HCO on the chest with a bird logo, black pants or jeans and light brown or copper colored Nike foamposite shoes.
Suspect three is a white male, in his early 20's, long brown hair (pony tail or braids or both) brown eyes with tears drop tattoos by both eyes wearing a green Polo shirt with an orange horse logo.
If you have any information about this abduction please call police.
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