CONROE, Texas -- Officials with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office say they have received a second report of a man attempting to abduct a teenage girl.
In the first incident, a Conroe ISD student was attacked by a man Tuesday morning while waiting at her bus stop.
Authorities say the girl was waiting at the corner of Brook Hollow Drive and Glen Forest Drive around 5:50 a.m. Tuesday when the suspect, described as a dark skin male between 30 and 40 years old, approached her from behind.
According to officials, the man said something to the girl, who then yelled, “No,” and she was thrown to the ground.
They say the girl fought back, and the man left in a beige four-door sedan. Students who witnessed the incident called 911.
On Wednesday, deputies said they received a second report with similar circumstances.
According to deputies, on Sunday, November 12, 2017, a 14-year-old girl was approached by a dark skin male who left in a beige four-door sedan.
In this incident, the girl was walking from her home to a friend's home on Pine Acres Drive in Conroe.
The girl told deputies the man drove by her several times in the sedan before eventually stopping and approaching her.
The man allegedly asked the teen if she would help him fix his car and he would give her $20. The girl ignored him and kept walking toward her friend's home.
The girl said the man put his hands on his head and asked her again for her help. She continued to ignore him and he eventually drove away in the beige car.
Deputies commended the girl for not listening to the suspect and for keeping distance between herself and the man.
In both incidents, the vehicle is described as a tan/beige/brown four-door sedan. The suspect is described as a dark skin male, around 6'0", weighing about 200 lbs.
Anyone with information regarding this suspect or this crime is asked to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office 936-760-5800 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP (7867) or Conroe ISD Police Department at 936-709-8911 and refer to case number # 17A343274.
Anyone can also anonymously report information to CISD’s KidChat hotline at 1-888-KidChat (543-2428).
Deputies said they have increased patrols in the area and are taking these incidents very seriously.