14-Year-Old Girl Never Sexually Assaulted in Southwest Dallas: Police

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    TK
    NBC 5

    Dallas police say a 14-year-old girl who reported an alleged abduction and sexual assault last week was not attacked after all.

    Dallas detectives who were assigned to investigate the case said they learned from follow-up interviews that the abduction and assault "did not occur," according to Dallas Police Maj. Max Geron.

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    Police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl at knife point as she got off a school bus Monday.

    Dallas police thanked the public for their help in searching for the alleged attacker after the girl gave a detailed description of both a person and vehicle.

    Geron said in a news release that Dallas police have provided the girl with information on agencies, "that are better equipped to provide her with assistance for the difficult life challenges she is facing."

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    The Duncanville ISD confirmed the student is a part of its school district.