This is a sketch of the man who reportedly entered a Virginia-Highland home on Thursday morning and tried to snatch a 12-year-old girl.
The Atlanta Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a man suspected of following a 12-year-old child into her Virginia-Highland home and trying to entice her to go upstairs with him. Police say the child screamed and resisted, causing the man to flee in a gold-colored sedan, possibly similar in size and style to a Prius. Residents are asked to be on the lookout for anyone acting suspiciously and to call 911 to report questionable activity immediately. Police ask that anyone with information on this suspect contact the Atlanta Police Special Victims Unit at 404-546-4260 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. See also: Man Tries to Snatch Girl in Virginia-Highland Home
The 12-year-old girl reportedly screamed and shoved to escape the man, who had followed her into her home.
The Atlanta Police Department is looking for a man who followed a girl into her Virginia-Highland home and tried to force her to go upstairs with him. Police described the suspect as a white male with a large build, possibly in his 30s, with blond hair that is a little longer than a crew cut. He was wearing blue jeans and a blue jacket and drove away in a gold colored sedan. The incident happened Thursday morning after the 12-year-old girl rode her bike to Inman Middle School and realized she had left something at home. She returned home and, intending to dash in quickly for the forgotten item, left the door open. According to a news release from APD: "While the juvenile was inside a male entered the home. The juvenile told the male to …