Police working tips in Everett abduction case

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - Investigators looking into the abduction and release of a 5-year-old girl in Everett say they now know which route the suspect took when he left _ and they're hoping people saw him.

The case began early Saturday when the girl was taken from her ground floor bedroom. Police say the suspect took the girl to a trail about three-quarters of a mile away and released her. Police said there was no indication of sexual assault.

Investigators said Monday they think the suspect left the Interurban Trial and left the area through entered a neighborhood to the west in the 10900 block of 10th Dr. SE. They are hoping someone saw him leaving.

Everett Police have also released surveillance video taken about 3 a.m. from the girl's apartment complex showing a man carrying something and note motorists along 112th Street SE may have seen the man, too.

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Online:

_Surveillance video: http://bit.ly/18Q8Sir


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