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A New Jersey girl, 6, escapes from attempted abduction after a man placed a paper bag over her head, police say

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The authorities in New Jersey are investigating an attempted abduction after a child was reported Sunday afternoon that a man approached her, and with a paper bag over her head.

The Howell Township Police Department said on Facebook, the incident was reported around 3 a.m. at Crooked Stick Court, in the Adelphia Greens, a residential development off of Route 9, about 50 miles south of New York City.

The 6-year-old girl who said that she had been out playing with friends, as most of the other kids went back inside.

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The girl is then kept outside of the clean-up of toys, when a man approached her and placed a bag over her head, according to police.

If the guy with the paper bag over the head of the child, the police said the girl screamed, spooking the house, and he ran away, she ran into her house. She was not injured during the incident.

“It was reported that he never tried to grab her,” police said.

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Howell police said the girl described the man to officers as the driver of a black SUV. The man is described as a 40-year-old boy, with black hair, a beard and a thin build.

He was described as wearing black shorts and a black t-shirt. He took with him a paper bag, which he allegedly placed the girl in her mind.

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A black SUV was seen sitting in a parking space in the development for a long period of time, but it was gone by the time authorities arrived.

“We are asking residents to bring their cameras to any of the materials that may be beneficial,” Howell Township, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police department at the 732-938-4111.

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