April 19, 2010 - NPD RELEASE COMPOSIT SKETCH OF ABDUCTION SUSPECT
The Nashua Police Department is releasing a composite sketch in connection with the April 14, 2010 abduction that is currently under investigation. The suspect was reported to have gained entry into the vehicle of a Massachusetts woman on April 13, 2010 at approximately 9 P.M. The vehicle was believed to be parked at either Old Navy or the Gulf gas station, both located on the Daniel Webster Highway at the intersection of Spitbrook Road, at the time the suspect made entry into the vehicle. The suspect brandished a knife and directed the victim to drive for a period of time in the Greater Nashua area, according to the victim. The suspect later fled the vehicle with personal electronic items belonging to the victim.
The sketch that was produced with the assistance of the victim is that of a causation male, approximately 14-15 years of age with short curly brown hair. The suspect was believed to be approximately 5’ 07” tall, average build, wearing a green Celtic’s jersey with a white t-shirt underneath it, and white athletic shorts. The suspect was also wearing a black “flat-brimmed” ball cap and black “hi-cut” sneakers. The suspect was also observed to have the number “42” tattooed on his right upper arm.
Anyone with information pertaining to this investigation is asked to contact the Nashua Police Department at (603) 594-3500 or the Nashua Crime line at (603) 589-1665.
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