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Bramley: Police appeal as ‘distressed’ woman bundled into Range Rover

Police have launched an urgent appeal for information after a woman was grabbed and pushed into a car on Leeds & Bradford Road in Bramley last night.

During the incident a woman believed to be in distress was seen being pushed into a silver or grey coloured Range Rover at 9.25pm. She is described as white.

Detective Inspector Richard Coulton of Leeds CID, said:

“We are making urgent enquiries to trace the woman seen to check she is ok – I would urge anyone with information about what happened to get in contact.

“Likewise if you were involved in this incident please get in contact.”

Call police on 101, quoting log 1795 of Tuesday 17 November.


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