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Police release for the first time a dramatic 911 call as a Scott County teen, who was almost abducted on her walk to school, reaches the safety of a crossing guard.
Last week 13-year old Katelynn King says she fought off a man trying to pull her into his car as she walked to Georgetown Middle School.
In the 911 call we hear the crossing guard speaking with the 911 dispatcher. The dispatcher asks the guard several questions about the incident before the phone is handed to the young teen.
The teen, speaking in a very shaken voice, explains how she was walking to school when a man, driving a gold car, grabbed her and tried to get her in his car.
The teen fought back and was able to get away from the man.
Police released a sketch of the suspect but has not yet found him. If you have any information into this attempted abduction please call Georgetown police or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-970-2020.
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