Posted: Jun 15, 2012 3:05 PM by Associated Press
OAKDALE, Calif. (AP) - Authorities in Central California are investigating a 16-year-old girl's report that she was forced into a pickup truck at knifepoint while walking home from summer school and raped.
The girl has told police in the Stanislaus County city of Oakdale she was blindfolded and abducted on Wednesday afternoon near Oakdale High School. According to police, she says she was then taken to an unknown location and raped before being dropped back off near the school. The suspect allegedly threatened to kill her if she reported the attack.
Police Chief Lester Jenkins tells the Modesto Bee investigators have no reason right now to doubt the girl's story.
Police do not have a detailed description of the suspect. They are looking for an older model black pickup truck with paint missing on the hood and damage to the passenger side.
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