The Saskatoon Police Service Crime and Child Abuse Unit is investigating an alleged abduction that happened Wednesday afternoon.
At about 4:30 p.m. police went to E.D. Feehan Catholic High School after a 14-year-old student at the school told staff that she had been kept in a vehicle earlier that day.
The girl said she was on Rusholme Road when she was approached by a black truck at about 12:30 p.m. She said that two men got out of the truck and put her into the box, and then drove around with her for the next several hours. She said she escaped when the truck stopped at the 100 block of Jamieson Street, then she ran back to the school to report what happened. The victims says she wasn’t hurt.
According to the police information both suspects are black males approximately six-feet, three-inches tall with slim builds. The man in the passenger seat is described as bald or almost bald with a brush cut, and a large nose. He was wearing a brown shirt, jeans and worn black and red high-top runners. The driver was wearing a brown hat with a logo, a white spring jacket and jeans.