Fears for 'shouting' woman 'bundled into a van by two men and filmed being driven away' as cops launch search
COPS have today launched a desperate hunt after a “shouting” woman was apparently seen being bundled into a van by two men.
A concerned member of the public called cops to report seeing a woman yelling before she was put in a people-carrier in Peterborough.
Video footage shows a van being driven away from a residential street at 11.20pm last night.
Cops said two men were in the vehicle, which is a white or silver van with a European registration plate.
The missing woman is described as being short, with blonde hair, and was wearing a grey tracksuit.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said: “At about 11.20pm, a member of the public called police to report a woman shouting and being put into a van in Clarence Road.
“The van, described as a white or silver people-carrier with a European registration plate and a broken rear brake light, was driven off by two men towards Searjeant Street.”
Detective Inspector Lucy Thomson said: "We understand this incident will be of concern to local residents and we have been working throughout the night to try to establish further information.
"Officers are in the area carrying out enquiries and we are keeping an open mind while the investigation continues.
"Our main priority is to find the woman safe and well so I would urge anyone with information, or who may have seen the van in the lead up to, or after the incident, to get in touch."
Anyone with information should call 101, quoting incident 544, or visit the public portal online.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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