Man pretending to be truancy officer wanted for Alvin abduction, sexual assault of minor

ALVIN, Texas (KTRK) — Authorities are searching for a guy they state abducted and sexually attacked an Alvin lady after he declared he was a truancy officer. Police calls the criminal activity troubling, due to the fact that the suspect taken advantage of the trust the lady had in officers.

It occurred on Oct. 19 in the location of the 900 block of Cleveland Street near Alvin High School.

The male encouraged the lady, who is a trainee at Alvin High School, that he was a truancy officer and encouraged her to enter into his lorry, according to the Brazoria County Constable’s Workplace. That’s when he drove her to a boat ramp at Chocolate Bayou along Highway 35 and sexually attacked her, authorities stated.

After the attack, the male dropped the lady off around 7 p.m.

The male is referred to as a medium-built white or Hispanic male in his early to mid-30s with brief brown or black hair and brown or dark eyes. Authorities state he has to do with 5 feet 7 inches or 5 feet 8 inches high.

He was likewise thought to be using a blue short-sleeve Tee shirts with a short-sleeve flannel t-shirt over it and light-colored denims at the time of the occurrence. The victim informed private investigators he likewise had a complete tattoo on his left lower arm.

He was driving a late design Chevrolet Malibu with what was thought to be a 2015 body design.

Sgt. Anthony Hurse with the Brazoria County Constable’s Workplace stated that cars and truck was the predator’s prime weapon.

“Once you get inside that vehicle, you’re at their mercy,” he stated. “So, we tell people, if you don’t know who it is, don’t get inside that vehicle. Always go to someone and let them know what has happened. That’s very important.”

Police in Alvin are stepping up patrols around school campuses to keep kids safe while investigators look for the suspect.

If you understand anything about the suspect or the occurrence, call Criminal activity Stoppers at 800-460-2222 or the Brazoria County Constable’s Workplace at 979-864-2392.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.