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Two men attempted to abduct a 15-year-old girl as she walked to her bus stop in Grand Prairie on Monday afternoon, police confirm.

The Dallas Morning News reports that the teen, who attends an Arlington ISD high school, was walking close to Nottingham Place and Prince John Drive when two strange men approached her in a vehicle. The man driving the car ordered a man in the passenger seat to grab the teen, but as he grabbed her she swung back and cut his cheek with her left ring. She ran away quickly as the suspects sped off.

Two men attempted to abduct a 15-year-old teen, while she walked close to Prince John Drive. [Photo: Google Maps/March 2012]

 

Authorities said the suspects fled in a 4-door Honda sedan with faded red paint on the hood and a tan interior. The drove away going east, down Nottingham Place. The victim said both men were Hispanic and both looked to be around 30. The driver was wearing blue jeans and a faded red shirt. The passenger was described as short, with a beard, black widow spider on his right wrist, and wearing blue jeans and a black shirt.

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Anyone with any information is urged to call the Grand Prairie police at 972-237-8790. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 972-988-8477. All calls will remain confidential.

[Feature Photo: Grand Prairie Police Department]