CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Police say that they are no longer looking for a white Cadillac Escalade. Monday morning they said that its occupants reportedly tried to abduct a young girl, but they are now saying that no foul play was intended. Cambridge Police say that the incident happened around 3:00 PM on Sunday near the intersection of Insley Street and Kent Street.
The victim's mother told police that her 7-year-old daughter was walking, when the SUV stopped, and the occupants, described as an older white male and female, reportedly told the girl that they had a puppy in the car that she could pet. The mother says that the SUV drove off, after she started to walk towards them.
Police made clear that the child did not get in the car, and the occupants never touched the girl. The victim's mother could not get the licence plate number, officers searched the area, but couldn't find the Escalade. Later on, on Monday, Cambridge Police released a statement saying that the investigation involving the white Escalade has been closed. They say that they found the SUV and that no foul play was determined.