Police: Inconsistencies found in Philadelphia girls' abduction story

Investigators say they have found inconsistencies in the stories of two girls who told police they were briefly abducted Monday night in Philadelphia. 

Police said the girls claimed to have been pulled into a white van near the intersection of 32nd and Diamond streets around 8 p.m. 

Chief Inspector Scott Small told reporters that the girls said there was another boy inside the van with duct tape on his mouth. 

According to police, the girls said they started hitting their abductor in the head, and he eventually let them out blocks away. 

Investigators said they have since dismissed the girls’ claim that there was another child being held captive inside the van. 

They are still investigating the suspected abduction.