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Police release video of truck sought in abduction case

Courtesy of the Casper Police Department

UPDATE 7/4/19 1:00 pm- Casper Police say that they have located and are interviewing a suspect in this case.

Full story: Child abduction suspect located

CASPER, Wyo. — The Casper Police Department has released video of a suspect vehicle in a child abduction case.

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They also provided an update on the investigation:

“Update: The investigation is still ongoing. The Casper Police Department, together with local, state (DCI) and federal agencies (FBI) are doing designated patrols and investigating thoroughly to find the suspect.”

The child involved in the abduction has been recovered.

Casper Police officials are saying that police are searching for a vehicle involved in the abduction case, and the video shows that vehicle. That video is posted below.

Between 10:00 am and 11:00 am July 3, 2019, police say that a child abduction occurred in the area of Southwest Wyoming Boulevard, South Coffman Avenue, and South Poplar Street in Casper.

Police have identified the vehicle as a possible dark colored 1999-2003 four-door GMC short bed pickup truck.

The truck is reported to have a toolbox, with a possible chrome trim piece down the side, and a dark colored interior.

The truck bed also appears to be filled with what police say might be construction debris.

The suspect is described to be a Caucasian male of a medium build with brown hair.

The suspect was also wearing a black hat, shirt, and pants.

If you have any information in regard to this abduction, the identity of the suspect, or if you recognize the vehicle, please contact the Casper Police Department at 307-235-8278 or to remain anonymous contact Crime Stoppers at 307-577-8477, or online at crime-stoppers.com.

The Casper Police Department is asking the public to contact them if you have a surveillance camera on your car, home or business in that area, with special attention to West 39th Street, South Coffman Street, and South Poplar Street.

The CPD shared the following video on Facebook:

The video is also available at this link.