SHERIFF SEEKS BOY POSSIBLY ABDUCTED IN VIERA

By  //  April 24, 2014

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SHERIFF'S OFFICE NEEDS YOUR HELP

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ABOVE MAP:  A report was received earlier this evening by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office that a young boy may have been forced into a vehicle in the area of Murrell Road and Country Club Drive, Viera.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information from the public to assist in the investigation of a suspicious incident. 

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – A report was received earlier this evening by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office that a young boy may have been forced into a vehicle in the area of Murrell Road and Country Club Drive in Viera.

 A report was received earlier this evening by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office that a young boy may have been forced into a vehicle in the area of Murrell Road and Country Club Drive, Viera.

A report was received earlier this evening by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office that a young boy may have been forced into a vehicle in the area of Murrell Road and Country Club Drive, Viera.

A 12 year-old boy advised the Sheriff’s office that he observed a white, four-door vehicle pull up alongside a boy who looked to be about 7 years-old.

A black male exited the vehicle and grabbed the boy around the waist, forcing him into the back seat of the car.  The male returned to the passenger side of the vehicle, which then drove away from the area.

The boy is described as approximately 7 years old, with sandy brown hair.  He was wearing a green shirt and blue shorts. 

The vehicle is described as a four door, white vehicle with black accents around the doors.  The vehicle was occupied by two black males, one described as wearing an orange shirt with black shorts.

As of this time, the Sheriff’s Office or other local law enforcement agencies have not received any reports about a missing child.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking that anyone with information to please call Agent Brenda Branham via the Communications Center at 321-633-7162 or CRIMELINE at 321-423-TIPS (8477).


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