Toronto Police Are Looking For A Possibly Abducted Woman After She Was Forced Into A Car

Police are "concerned" for the woman's safety.

Toronto Staff Writer
Toronto Police Are Looking For A Possibly Abducted Woman After She Was Forced Into A Car

Toronto Police are asking the public for help finding a vehicle after a "possible abduction," according to a news release.

Police say at 12:12 a.m. on November 9, a man and a woman were seen arguing near Queens Quay and Yonge Street, and police are "concerned" for her safety.

Police report that "the man grabbed the woman and put her in in the rear seat of the vehicle and drove off northbound on Yonge Street at a high rate of speed."

Police describe the man as "black, 20 to 30 years of age, 6'0", heavy build, with a short haircut. He was wearing a black sweater with white stripes on the sleeve and grey sweat pants."

The vehicle is described as a "newer model Range Rover" in a "silver or grey colour." Police have released a photo of the vehicle.

The woman, who was also described as 20 to 30 years old, was reportedly "wearing a black long sleeve shirt and blue jeans."

TPS is asking anyone with information to contact them at 416-808-5100.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

Toronto police have charged a 13-year-old boy with second-degree murder for allegedly shooting and killing a teen in an East York parking garage.

Keep Reading Show less
OPP | Press Release

Ontario police now believe the Wasaga Beach woman, who was abducted from her home on Wednesday, January 12, was taken by three men dressed in police gear.

An update from Huronia West OPP confirms that officers responded to a report of an abduction involving "three black males dressed in police gear, but not police uniforms" from a Trailwood Place residence at around 8:32 p.m. on January 12.

Keep Reading Show less

Read the latest updates on Toronto Weather here.

The blizzard may be over, but Tuesday will be far from relaxing for Ontario police, who are still dealing with a barrage of weather-related calls.

According to Alex Li, police spokesperson and media relations for the Toronto Police, officers responded to approximately 250 weather-related calls in the span of 24 hours, dealing with a long list of accidents, including personal injury collisions, property damage collisions, hazards, and more.

Keep Reading Show less

A Man Stabbed A Woman On A TTC Bus This Weekend In An 'Unprovoked Attack'

Police are asking the public to help identify the man.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

A 32-year-old woman was stabbed on a TTC bus on January 8, and Toronto Police Service is asking for the public's help to identify her attacker.

Keep Reading Show less