UPDATE (12/5 12:07 p.m.): Officials with the Mobile Police Department have released additional information on this incident. According to officials, a 911 call was placed about a possible kidnapping on Saturday night.

The person who called 911 did not stay at the restaurant until the police got there, which meant officers were unable to get more information about the alleged incident. A ‘Be on the Lookout” was placed for the vehicle reported in the 911 call. Officers were unable to locate any vehicle matching the description.

The 911 caller was only able to give a vague description of what the alleged victim looked like and was unable to give any description of what the alleged suspect looked like.

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile Police Department said Sunday they have no reports of an alleged kidnapping, following rumors on social media that a girl was kidnapped in Mobile Saturday night.  

According to a Facebook post, at around 9 p.m. Saturday night near Texas Roadhouse a group of people witnessed a girl hanging out of a car screaming for help. The post claimed the people that witnessed the incident called 911, however, Mobile Police Department officials said they did not receive a report.

We have not recieved a missing persons or an alleged kidnapping report.

Mobile Police Department

The Mobile County crime map also does not show a report being made.