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Possible Abductor Approaches Siblings

Possible Abductor Approaches Siblings

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(KSL News) -- Two Taylorsville siblings worked together to escape a possible kidnapper today.

Police say a nine-year old boy and his younger sister were walking their dogs near Fox Hills Elementary. They told police they saw a maroon volkswagon bug slowly approaching before it stopped by them.

The driver of the car asked them to help them find his dog. The boy told his sister to hide before the man asked him again.

Darryan Saxton, Approached by Suspect: "He said, 'Will you get in the car with me?' And I didn't say nothing. So I just ran to the house crying and I wa pounding on the door."

Both th brother and sister made it to a neighbor's house. They were not hurt. Darryan says his mother and school helped him deal with strangers.

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