Parents in one North Texas neighborhood are not taking any chances after several attempted child abductions within just a few weeks near Keller ISD schools in north Fort Worth.
Fort Worth police are increasing patrols in a north side neighborhood, after three reports of attempted child abductions in the last eight days.
Students in the Keller ISD went to school Friday morning, and home in the afternoon thinking about safety. And there is no doubt; a lot of parents were thinking the same thing. Fort Worth police are now looking into three attempted abductions.
Police in Fort Worth have increased their patrols on Friday after three possible attempted kidnappings in the last two weeks. The most recent took place on Thursday night.
For the second time in the last two weeks, there has been an attempted abduction as a child walked home. This one happened near Woodland Springs Elementary School.
Police in Haltom City are investigating an aggressive attempted abduction of a young woman. It happened near three other reported cases, which took place in Hurst and North Richland Hills in recent weeks.
First there was news of at least two attempted child abductions in Tarrant County over the past few weeks. Now police in Haltom City say they’re investigating a possible attempted abduction in their city.
A brazen attempted abduction has a community in Cockrell Hill on alert. Police say a man broke into a family’s apartment early this morning and tried to lure away two young girls.