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Possible attempted child abduction reported to Greenwood Police
June 2, 2014
A possible attempted child abduction was reported to Greenwood Police Officers on Friday evening at approximately 8:15pm near 16th Ave.
The Police Department is currently gathering additional suspect and vehicle information from a number of sources.
If you have any information concerning a red minivan with the words "1st Anniversary" written in window chalk on the rear window, please call the Police Department immediately at (816) 537-5020.
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