We Attempted To Contact The Alleged Oakland, Calif., Cookout Hater And She Blocked Us

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BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI – Police have released new surveillance video and photos showing a suspect who allegedly tried to abduct four women in Bloomfield Township Thursday afternoon.

In updated information released Friday, police said four women were approached by the suspect within a 45-minute period Thursday. He allegedly offered them money — one complainant said the offer was for $100,000 — and in one instance allegedly tried to pull a woman from her vehicle.

Here's the updated timeline of the suspect's activities:

At 1:30 pm. , the suspect allegedly approached and offered money to a female parked near Rite Aid and sitting in her vehicle. No physical contact was made.

At 1:32 p.m. , a second female was allegedly approached while inside a store and offered money. No physical contact was made in that instance, either.

At 1:37 p.m. , the suspect allegedly approached a woman inside her vehicle and tried to pull her out.

At 1:45 p.m. , the suspect allegedly approached a female inside QDOBA. There was no physical contact, police said.


Patch's original report.

Township police said Friday they want to talk to a woman who was reportedly offered her money in an abduction attempt Thursday as she waited in line inside the QDOBA restaurant.

"We are asking that she call us as soon as possible," police said in a brief statement, adding that police also are "looking for any other people who may have been approached by this subject trying to lure them back to his van with the offer of money."


Anyone with information is asked to call the Bloomfield Township Police Department at (248) 433-7755.

Police took a report Thursday from a woman who said she was parking her vehicle in the parking lot of the strip mall when a black male in his 40s or 50s offered her $100,000 and then attempted to pull her out of her vehicle. She told police she fought him off, then saw him get into a red panel van without license plates.

The woman told police that while she was inside the QDOBA restaurant being attended by management, the suspect returned and walked in the restaurant, where he reportedly approached and made an offer to a woman standing in line before attempting to lure her outside to the van.

The second intended victim refused and the suspect left the area in the red van, and police said they want to talk to her about the encounter.

The suspect, shown below in a surveillance photo, is about 6 feet to 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs between 180 and 200 pounds. He has a distinctive mole outside one of his eyes, short black hair and a thick, trimmed mustache, and was wearing a black knit hat, a green Army-style jacket and dark pants at the time of the alleged abduction attempts.

No description is available for the second suspect, who was inside the red panel van, which reportedly didn't have rear windows. The make and model are unknown, and there were no license plates on the van.


Source : https://patch.com/michigan/bloomfield-mi/police-ask-woman-attempted-abduction-call-asap

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