COPS are urgently looking a van driver who kidnapped a 14-year-old lady and subjected her to a four-hour horror ordeal.
The schoolgirl miraculously managed to flee unharmed after she was dumped in a lay-by seven miles from the place she was snatched in Milton Keynes.
She had been strolling by means of an underpass when she was grabbed by the person and bundled right into a darkish colored van parked close by at round 3.4opm final Thursday.
The lady was then found in a lay-by on the A5 close to the Flying Fox pub in Potsgrove at 7pm.
She had twice been noticed strolling in Fenny Stratford and within the course of Little Brickhill, cops confirmed lower than an hour after being taken.
They’re now treating the kidnapping as a “severe incident” and are looking the motive force.
Detectives stated he was carrying a “flesh tunnel” earring in a single ear and had a beanie-style hat on his head.
Detective Inspector Jason Simpson, of Milton Keynes Pressure CID, stated: “Critical incidents of this nature should not a typical prevalence.
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“Nevertheless detectives have been finishing up an intensive investigation. Fortunately the sufferer was not injured, nonetheless this was a distressing and horrifying incident for her and she or he is being supported by officers.
“I wish to attraction to the general public and converse to anybody who noticed a person matching the outline of the offender or a 14-year-old lady who was carrying a faculty uniform between 3.40pm and 7pm on Thursday within the areas of Elgar Grove, Browns Wooden, Watling Road, Fenny Stratford or close to Hunters Farm, Little Brickhill.”
Anybody who has any details about the incident ought to contact the 24-hour Thames Valley Police inquiry centre on 101 or you may report particulars on-line.