2 Year-Old Boy Abducted
Los Angeles : The Los Angeles Police Department is requesting the Media to provide the public with the following information to assist law enforcement agencies with locating an abducted 2 year-old boy.
On Friday, January 7, 2005, Jason Steele Murdock, a two year-old boy of Caucasian decent with blond hair and blue eyes approximately 28 pounds and a thin build was being held by his mother near their residence in the 1700 block of Penmar Avenue in the Pacific area. At around 1:30 p.m., three suspects, described as a White female (Suspect #1) a White male (Suspect #2) and another male (Suspect #3) handed the mother a piece of paper and stated "You Are Served." The female suspect and suspect # 2 pulled the child from the mother's arms and ran to a vehicle described as a white four door station wagon approximately made in 2002. The third suspect left the scene in a vehicle described as a black 2002 Ford Pick-Up Truck, license plate 6W95060. All three suspects and the young boy drove away from 1700 Penmar Avenue towards Lake Street.
Victim, Jason Steele Murdock was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, blue jeans, blue shoes and a green coat.
Suspect #1 is described as a White, female approximately 5’7”, 130 pounds about 30-35 years old with a medium build. She was seen wearing a long blue coat with a hood.
Suspect #2 is described as a White male weighing approximately 200 pounds and about 30-35 years old.
Suspect #3 is described as a male approximately 30-35 year-old standing about 6'2" tall with bushy eyebrows and wore a military type green jacket.
A digital photograph of the abducted child can be obtained from Los Angeles Police Department's (LAPD) Media Relations Section.
Anyone with information about the abduction should immediately call 9-1-1, or the LAPD Pacific Area Police Station at 310-482-6313. On weekends and during off-hours, call the 24-hour toll free number at the Detective Information Desk, at 1-877-LAWFULL (1-877-529-3855).
This news release was prepared by LAPD Media Relations Section at, 213-485-3586.