Suspect wanted for harrassing a teenage girl in Bakersfield
Suspected vehicle is a green Honda Accord
Last Updated: 111 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Officials are looking for a man who was accused of harassing a girl in central Bakersfield on Thursday.
On Jan. 31, officials said a 16-year-old girl said she was walking home from the area of Brundage Lane and Union Avenue when she was approached by a man.
The girl told officials that the suspected man spoke to her in Spanish but she could not understand him.
The girl then told officers that the man drove by her several times and when she reached the area of South Union Avenue and Terrace Way, he got out of the car and grabbed her by the arm. The girl pulled away and ran to safety. The man got back in his car and drove away.
The accused man is described as a Hispanic in his late 40s. He was said to be about 5-foot-10 with a thick mustache and medium length brown hair. He was also seen wearing a black shirt with light colored pants and a green hat wit the Mexican flag and 'Mexico' on the front.
Officials said the suspected vehicle was reported to be a green 1990 Honda Accord with an oxidized hood.
Anyone with information is urged to call the BPD at 327-7111.
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