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McFarland PD seeks help locating girl, vehicle

Published On: Dec 24 2013 11:08:17 AM CST   Updated On: Oct 19 2013 01:04:50 PM CDT

McFarland Police Dept.

MCFARLAND, Wis. -

Police are seeking help from the public in locating a car seen at a McFarland gas station.

The McFarland Police Department said on Friday night, officers responded to Citgo gas station at 4004 Terminal Drive. A witness told police a juvenile female, between 13-16 years old, was seen in the backseat of a car. The girl appeared to be nude or possibly in the process of putting clothes on, police said.

The witness described the girl as white with long blonde hair.

Police said the vehicle was a white, four-door Volkswagen Passat with California plates. The driver of the vehicle is described as a middle-aged white man wearing a tan baseball hat and a gray long-sleeved T-shirt. Police said there was also a female passenger in the front seat but did not have a description of her. A plate number on the car was not obtained.

McFarland police are investigating the incident in an attempt to check the health and welfare of the girl. Contact the McFarland Police Department at 608-838-3151 with information.

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