A teenage girl is believed to have been abducted in South Bend.
The reported abduction happened just after 1 p.m. at the Prairie Quick Mart in the 1900 block of Prairie Avenue on Sunday, June 19, according to witness reports to South Bend Police, as reported by 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.
The possible victim is described as a white female, ages 13 or 14. She is 5’4″, thin with black hair in a pony tail. She is wearing a black shirt, jeans, and black flats.
The possible suspect is described as Hispanic, in his mid-30s, He is 5’6″, thin, with long dark hair in a pony tail and facial hair on his chin. He is wearing black pants and a black shirt.
He is believed to be driving a newer-model Chrysler 300. It is white with a black stripe on top and tinted windows, according to WNDU.
The vehicle was last seen heading north on Nash, WNDU reported.
No children fitting the description of the possible suspect have been reported missing, as of Sunday evening.
Anyone with information is asked to contact South Bend Police at (574) 235-9201.
Quick Mart worker says the witness was a child around 7. Heard a girl screaming, and put into car. @ABC57News
— Sara Rivest ABC 57 (@SaraRivestABC57) June 19, 2016