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Parker police search for man in Audi sedan suspected in reported attempted abduction Wednesday

Five schools in the area put on secure status Wednesday morning for about an hour
Posted at 10:43 AM, May 08, 2024
and last updated 2024-05-08 19:06:41-04

PARKER, Colo. — Parker police are searching for a car that was reportedly involved in an attempted abduction Wednesday, the department said in a news release.

Five Douglas County schools were put on secure status as a safety precaution for about an hour on Wednesday morning, including Frontier Valley, Iron House and Pioneer Elementary Schools, Cimarron Middle School and Legend High School.

The investigation began when a student at Frontier Valley Elementary School reported to a staff member that a man with gray hair in a black Audi sedan approached and began talking to the student around the 23000 block of Bay Oaks Avenue, according to the Parker Police Department.

Parker PD search for car suspected in attempted abduction Wednesday

"The student was not harmed, ran to school and reported the incident shortly before 9 a.m.," Parker police said.

Officers searched the area for the car that the student reported. While they did not find it initially, Parker police said they will continue to follow all leads.

In an afternoon update, police said the car is a black Audi four-door sedan with tinted windows, a roof rack and a Colorado license plate. The suspect was described as a white man, about 50 years old. He has gray hair and a mustache, police said.

Anybody with information on this incident is asked to contact Det. White at 303-805-6543 or

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