By Philip Jankowski

Killeen Daily Herald

Killeen police are seeking help in finding the suspect in last week's abduction and sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl.

Police are seeking any tips or information about the incident. The suspect is described as a white male about 20 years old with a skinny build and a buzzed haircut.

The girl was abducted at about 6:30 a.m. Oct. 18. She was forced into the suspect's car in the 1100 block of Duncan Avenue in north Killeen.

At the time of the abduction, the suspect was driving a small, black, two-door coupe. The car may have been seen in the area of 18th Street, Duncan Avenue, Stewart Street or Alexander Street, according to a release from Killeen Police Department.

The girl was abducted as she walked to a bus stop. Police believe the man abducted her, took her to another location and assaulted her. He released her near where she was abducted less than an hour later.

Police have released a sketch of the suspect.

The incident remains under investigation by KPD and Killeen Independent School District police.

KISD officials have warned students about the dangers of speaking with strangers and sent letters home with children regarding the incident. Officials suggest students walk to bus stops in groups.

Detectives are asking anyone with information on the suspect or crime to call Crime Stoppers at (254) 526-TIPS (8477) or go to Tips also may be made by texting to CRIMES (274637). Make sure to put the word "KILLEEN" in the text message along with the tip.

Contact Philip Jankowski at or (254) 501-7553. Follow him on Twitter at KDHcrime.

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