2 Women Sought in Attempted Abduction Near School

SANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating two women wanted in the attempted kidnapping of a 7-year old boy on Monday.

The boy was walking home from Newhope Elementary School in the area of 4500 W. Kent when he spotted a gold minivan parked nearby.

The passenger in the van called to the boy trying to lure him with ice cream.

The driver told the passenger to “hurry and just get him in the car.”

The passenger reached for the boy, but he was able to back up and run away. Both suspects spoke in Spanish.

The vehicle is described as a 2000-2007 gold minivan with dirty rims, possible lower wooden trim and rust marks, a sliding side door, similar body style of a Toyota Sienna.

Three other 6th grade students also saw the vehicle parked in this same location on Monday.

The vehicle was also seen on Sunday, in the same area, by one of the students.

The suspects are both female Hispanics around 40-years old. The driver had a long ponytail and wrinkles on her face.

The passenger had short brown wavy hair and numerous freckles or moles on her face.

Anyone with information on this case please contact SAPD CAP/Homicide Detectives 714-245-839o.

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    Both suspects spoke in Spanish…
    The suspects are both female Hispanics around 40-years old. The driver had a long ponytail and wrinkles on her face.

    The passenger had short brown wavy hair and numerous freckles or moles on her face.

    Now this describes more than half of the population.

    At least they got a good vehicle description and I have not seen too many gold vans.
    Sounds like the "ladies" are too fugly to get a man to get them preg so feel kidnapping is only way to get a child.

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