Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Attacker goes after four young girls in attempted kidnapping, quickly finds he’s no match for them

A 22-year-old man reportedly attacked a group of young girls, ages 11 to 14, and they took matters into their own hands — possibly saving their own lives.

What are the details?
The incident occurred Friday night in Millington, Michigan, when Bruce Hipkins reportedly decided to follow four young girls who were in a Speedway gas station.

WJRT-TV reported that Hipkins — who was also inside the gas station — watched the girls while they were inside the store, buying beverages. Hipkins reportedly followed the group on foot when they left the store.

The girls reportedly noticed that Hipkins was following them, so they crossed the street to a better lit area in order to avoid the lurking man. Hipkins, the girls said, followed them anyway.

Lauren Eickhoff, 13, and one of the victims, told the station that Hipkins came right up behind her 11-year-old sister, Allison. Lauren noticed this, and shouted out a warning to her sister.

“[He was] behind my sister and I screamed, ‘Allison!’ and then he attacked,” Lauren said.


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