Attempted Abduction in Sagamok First Nation

Crime News

Crime NewsSAGAMOK FIRST NATION – The UCCM Anishnaabe Police are informing the public that the Sagamok Detachment of the Anishinabek Police Service received a report of an attempted abduction on the Sagamok First Nation on June 16th, 2014.

 The incident happened at approximately 9 p.m. when a dark coloured (older model) 4 door pick-up truck, with noisy exhaust stopped at the roadside near the location of a young woman on the Sagamok First Nation. One of occupants exited the vehicle and ran at the young woman. The young woman managed to flee and notify police. The young woman advised police that there were three (3) occupants in the vehicle and that they did not appear to be from the area. She described the man that chased her as a male person approximately 6′ tall, wearing a bandana on his face and dressed in dark clothes. The vehicle was last seen heading toward Massey.

Police are urging the public to be cautious and to report any suspicious vehicles matching this description. Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the Anishinabek Police Service at 705.865-2868 or anonymous tips can also be directed to Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477

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