Published: Apr 30, 2014 5:55 PM EDT
Updated: Apr 30, 2014 5:59 PM EDT

FORT MYERS, Fla. -  According to a police report, the incident happened monday at the intersection of Franklin Street and Central Avenue.

It may not be what Fort Myers police or the mother of the 10-year-old boy want to hear, but residents in the neighborhood say the sketch is simply too plain and generic.  They aren't sure if it will do any good.

"Parents just be there, take your kids to school, you never know what may happen in the moment," says the mother of the 10 year old boy.

She says she is thanking the Lord to have her son home. Now, days after the alleged abduction, Fort Myers police release a sketch of one of the possible suspects.

However, after showing it to residents in the area, they don't know if it will do any good.

"That sketch ain't going to help nothing, cause that looks like anybody. That looks like some kid drew it," says Patricia Oliver, a resident in the community.

"If they're saying they see him around here, I don't know, I haven't seen him," says Jonathan Gomez who also lives in the same neighborhood.

Speaking with Fort Myers Police, they are aware details are scarce.  They say when matters like this involve young children, they take their time and work with a child protective team.

Lt. Rodriguez says, "If they believe the timing's right, or that we have something good to go by, I'm sure we'll release something else."

Patrols have also been stepped up not only in the neighborhood where the alleged crime occurred, but also around the city.

The Lt. adds, "We do increase patrols not only in certain bus stop where this incident happened, but at all bus stops to make sure that it doesn't occur in other locations."