The Tuscaloosa Police Department is looking for a black male wanted in for questioning in the attempted abduction of a five year year old girl in Tuscaloosa.

Lt. Teena Richardson issued the following statement:

'Today, December 8, 2015 at 3:00 pm Tuscaloosa Police Department responded to the 2700 block of 21st Street Tuscaloosa, AL on a possible attempted abduction.

Two juvenile females ages 9 and 5 years of old were sitting on the front porch of their residence, when a blue PT Cruiser pulled up to the residence occupied by three subjects. The driver of the vehicle walked to the porch and approached the 5-year old victim and placed his hands over her mouth. One of the subjects inside the suspect vehicle yelled “Sugar Daddy” at the suspect and then quickly returned to his vehicle and drove east bound on 21st Street.

Neither of the children were injured in this incident. The suspect is described as a dark skinned black male with long dread locks with colored tips wearing a dark shirt. The vehicle driven by the suspect is described as a blue Chrysler PT Cruiser unknown tag occupied by three subjects, two males and one female. Attempted kidnapping has not been confirmed, the case is still being investigated.'

If you have any information on the suspect(s) involved in this incident, you are encouraged to contact Tuscaloosa County Crime Stoppers at 205-752-STOP.