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Wilbraham Police Search for Suspicious Vehicle After Teenage Girl Followed

Police LightsWILBRAHAM, Mass. (WGGB) – Wilbraham Police need the public’s help in identifying the driver of a suspicious vehicle.

Tuesday afternoon police responded to the area of Acton and Dalton Streets. A teenage girl told police a small white two-door vehicle followed her from the bus stop to her house. She was approached by the vehicle and the driver asked her if she wanted a ride.

There were two occupants in the vehicle, both described as tall white males in their twenties. One had blue eyes.

Wilbraham Police was unable to locate the vehicle, but the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police at 596-3837.

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  • annie

    Back in the 70s when we were teenagers I remember hitchhiking and getting into any car that stopped.

    • Bill

      There were a lot of unsolved murders and dissapearances in those days too.

  • 32 MuddyPaws

    She was close enough to see that one had blue eyes – that is way too close. This young lady was blessed or lucky or both. Her only saving grace was most likely the fact that it was a 2-door vs a 4-door car otherwise the outcome could have been tragic. Thank the Good Lord she wasn’t taken or harmed and had the good sense to pay attention to her surroundings and to listen to her parents’ teachings about safety. Hoping these creeps are identified and located very, very soon.

    • Bill

      Really? I can see if someone has blue eyes from accross the street. I guess they had long arms? And your assumption about a 4 door is about the dumbest thing I read today.