Police comb area for boy reportedly snatched at gunpoint PARRISH, Florida (CNN) -- Police were searching Friday for a 13-year-old boy who witnesses said was abducted at gunpoint from a school bus stop in Parrish, Florida, authorities said. The suspect -- who police say was described as either Hispanic or a white male "with a dark tan" -- approached the bus stop Friday morning, said Manatee County Sheriff Charlie Wells. Other children at the bus stop told police that Clay Moore resisted getting into the suspect's red, early-model, extended-cab pickup truck, Wells said. "Sir, I don't know you," the children recalled Moore telling the man. "There's no doubt about it," Wells said. "He was taken against his will. He was taken at gunpoint. He was forced into that vehicle." Authorities have received hundreds of tips in the case, but "we've come up dry thus far," Wells said. Police were searching rural areas around Parrish, about 25 miles south of Tampa. Even jail personnel have been tapped to participate in the search, Wells said. The suspect is described as 5-feet-6 with a medium build. Witnesses told police he was wearing blue jeans, a blue-and-tan-striped long-sleeve shirt and sunglasses. Clay has shoulder-length, light-brown hair. He is 5-feet-tall, 100 pounds and was last seen wearing a green polo shirt and black jacket -- both with Manatee School of the Arts emblem -- khaki pants and red backpack, officials said. Authorities say they don't believe Clay was specifically targeted. He was a target of opportunity, snatched because he was "the one in the street," Wells said. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and FBI are assisting in the investigation.