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Police: Woman ‘pushed into car’ in Bramley found safe and well

Police who launched an urgent appeal for help after a woman was pushed into a Range Rover in Bramley have said she has been found safe.

During the incident on Tuesday (17 November) a woman believed to be in distress was seen being grabbed and pushed into a silver or grey coloured Range Rover.

Extensive enquiries have been carried out and officers found the vehicle and spoke to the woman involved.

Detective Inspector Richard Coulton of Leeds CID, said all parties are safe and well, and no offences have taken place. He added:

“Following our appeal, we would like to thank members of the public who provided information to us.

“We can confirm we have spoken to all parties and are satisfied that all members of the public and safe and well and this is not a criminal matter.”


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