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Suspicious vehicle frightens female on roadway

Suspicious vehicle frightens female on roadway

SIX NATIONS — Six Nations Police responded to a call Monday reporting suspicious vehicles on Cayuga Road near Fifth Line Road which had been following a female who was walking on the roadway. Officers arrived at the area and spoke with a 31 year old female.  The female described one vehicle to be a white

SIX NATIONS — Six Nations Police responded to a call Monday reporting suspicious vehicles on Cayuga Road near Fifth Line Road which had been following a female who was walking on the roadway.

Officers arrived at the area and spoke with a 31 year old female.  The female described one vehicle to be a white van with all white windows on the sides and back.  The van was accompanied by a black sedan car.

The vehicles had passed by the female three times; on the third time, they were heard to comment on “getting her”.  The Indigenous female felt she was about to be abducted and ran to a friend’s residence on Cayuga Road.

The  number of occupants is unknown, no licence numbers were obtained.  The only description of the two males in the van was that they had no type of accent and may have been Caucasian.

Police patrolled the area but did not locate the suspect vehicles. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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