“Come to my house, I have cotton candy” – Suspected kidnapper tells her victim
In Washington, DC, in the United States of America, the police are trying to locate a woman who attempted to kidnap a 7-year-old girl on Tuesday.
Fortunately, the victim escaped from her by shouting and running according to a tweet posted on the day by a profile Lulu Garci-Navarro, who identifies as a friend to the child’s mother.
The Metropolitan Police Department released a statement after the incident to request for information regarding the suspect believed to be 40-years-old.
She wore a Mohawk hairstyle in an image that reportedly captured her in the 2800 block of Dumbarton Street, Northwest where the police confirmed that a “kidnapping offense” has taken place.
The police has offered $1000 to motivate information that can help capture the suspect. [Twitter/Lulu Garcia-Navarro]
The New York Post confirms a statement by the suspect alleged to have told her victim, “come to my house, I have cotton candy.”
According to Garci-Navarro, the Mohawk woman sneaked up on the 7-year-old and grabbed her. The police are offering a reward for any leaks that can lead to her capture.