BUENA PARK (CBSLA.com) — Police asked for the public’s help Tuesday in finding a man who tried to kidnap a young girl at a park bathroom in Buena Park.

The attempted kidnapping happened Monday at about 1:15 p.m. as an 8-year-old girl was at Bellis Park, 7171 8th Street, with her family, attending a siblings’ Little League baseball game, Buena Park police officials said.

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When the girl and her 10-year-old sister went into the girl’s restroom to use the bathroom, a man appeared from a large stall and bear-hugged the girl from behind, dragging her in. When the girl pushed and screamed, the man let go, then calmly walked out, according to police.

The girl and her sister stayed in the bathroom. The man was not found.

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He was described as a dark-skinned Hispanic man between 25 and 35 years old, about 6-foot-1, 280 pounds, with black spiked hair, brown eyes, clean shaven, no visible tattoos, wearing a dark blue T-shirt, gray shorts or pants and solid black shoes. The man was described as clean, smelling like cologne and did not appear to be homeless.

A blue beach cruiser bicycle with white diagonal stripes and tall handlebars, similar to the one pictured, was seen in the area, but police say it’s not known for certain if it belonged to the man.

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Hundreds of people were at the park at the time of the attempted kidnapping, and police believe someone who was there may have seen the man or have photos of him. Anyone with information about the crime or the man’s identity can call Buena Park Police Department at (714) 562-3901.