Police investigating luring of a teenage girl in Jackson Township by ‘Hispanic male’

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JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – The Jackson Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect of a reported attempted luring incident which took place on Pitney Lane near Danielle Court.

On Saturday, October 30, 2021, at approximately 12:28 pm, the pictured vehicle drove past the 13-year-old female victim, who was walking on Pitney Lane near Danielle Court and the driver said something to her. The vehicle then slowed down at which time the victim used her cell phone to video record the vehicle. The vehicle began to back up towards the victim. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle stated “Are you cold? I can give you a ride. Get in my car.” The victim then ran to the nearest residence on Danielle Court. The suspect vehicle left the area on Pitney Lane towards East Veterans Highway.

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The victim described the driver as an approximately forty-year-old Hispanic male, with short brown hair and wearing a dark colored t-shirt. No further description at this time.

The vehicle appears to be a 2007-2014 GMC Yukon XL color white. It appears to be bearing a NJ registration of VLP61C, however that registration comes back not on file. Numerous registration combinations were also negative. The vehicle has what appears to be black painted 6 spoke wheels and also appears to be missing its rear window wiper.

Please contact Detective Dominic Manion at 732-833-3016 or Jackson Police Dispatch at 732-928-1111 with any information in regards to this vehicle and/ or its driver.