Louisiana sanitation worker spots suspect vehicle; abducted girl rescued 02/08/2021 1:17 pm PST Comments Iberia Parish NEW IBERIA, La. (TCD) -- A Louisiana man was arrested Monday morning after a sanitation worker recognized the suspect’s car from an AMBER Alert issued Sunday in the abduction of a 10-year-old girl. The girl was found safe. Michael Sereal, 33, was arrested for aggravated kidnapping and held without bond at the Iberia Parish Jail. A 10-year-old girl was reported missing from a family member’s residence at about 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, New Iberia Police announced. An AMBER Alert was issued Sunday night by Louisiana State Police. Police said Sereal’s vehicle was spotted just before 7 a.m. Monday. St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s deputies responded and arrested Sereal, a registered sex offender. Sereal was later transferred to Iberia Parish authorities. The Acadiana Advocate reports a sanitation worker recognized Sereal’s vehicle from the AMBER Alert and reported it to police. MORE: Abduction update - New Iberia Police Department FacebookAmber Alert - CANCELED - Louisiana State Police FacebookSanitation worker leads police to missing 10-year-old girl, arrest of registered sex offender - Acadiana AdvocateUpdate – The Amber Alert issued on behalf of the New Iberia Police Department has been canceled - Bossier Press-TribuneFOUND: Update on Amber Alert - WGNO #Abduction #Louisiana #NewOrleans Related Stories Principal charged in death of teacher pregnant with his child - TCDPOD Louisiana man found living in teen girl's bedroom in Florida Sister killed in botched murder-for-hire targeting rape victim Man arrested after dropping off pregnant 11-year-old at E.R. Four girls arrested in fatal stabbing of 15-year-old in Louisiana Walmart Louisiana priest, 2 women arrested for sex on church altar Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.