New info released in attempted abduction of boy, 11, at Montgomery Co. bus stop
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Detectives with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office say they have developed additional descriptions of the car and the suspects that approached an 11-year-old boy at a bus stop in the Grangerland area last week.
The vehicle is believed to be a newer model, silver Toyota four-door, with black trim on the front fenders, spanning the length of the vehicle and a yellow and blue San Diego Chargers lightning bolt decal on the rear window.
The driver is described as a white male in his early to mid-40, medium build, short black hair with some graying and a full beard. The child described the driver as having gold chains around his neck, and a gold ring on his right index finger fashioned in the shape of vines with a rose in the center and that the man had a "fancy cross" tattooed on the inside of his left bicep.
The passenger is a white male in his mid to late-30ss, medium build, with a sparse short beard and he wore a single ring on each finger of his right hand.
Anyone with information should call Detective Trey Gordy at the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at 936-760-7876.
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