Police have new clues in search for enticement suspect

WAUKESHA -- Waukesha police say they have new clues that could help in the search for a suspect who attempted to entice a teenager girl into his vehicle.

The 15-year-old  Waukesha South High School student was approached by the suspect in a vehicle near the intersection of Hoover and Garfield Ave. around 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 2nd as she was walking to school.

The girl told investigators the man offered her money to see her “panties,” and the girl declined. The girl said the man then offered her money for sexual intercourse which she again, declined.

On Thursday, May 3rd, police released more detailed information about the suspect's vehicle. They say it is a dark red or maroon older pickup truck with five tear-drop amber lights on the top of the cab above the windshield. It apparently had a regular and an open bed. The truck had slightly larger tires with signs of rust in the wheel wells -- and it sounded like a diesel engine.

The suspect is described as a man in his 40s, with a cold sore on his upper left lip and blue eyes. He's possibly 5'10" to 5'11" tall and about 200 pounds with a pot belly. Police say he had two to three days worth of facial hair growth on Wednesday. He referred to himself as Tom and was looking for College Ave.

No new incidents have been reported to police.

The Waukesha Police Department urges anyone with information on this case to call 262-524-3786 or the non-emergency dispatch line at 262-524-3832.