(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Reports are coming in regarding an abduction attempt on a busy north side road.
A young female was walking on Red River Road near Clarkson. It was approximately 7:45 pm on Monday September 16 at the KFC when a dark grey or charcoal coloured SUV pulled up and 2 large males of african descent popped out of the vehicle and surrounded her. The woman says the males were talking and blocking her escape by stretching their hands out and waving them around.
The woman says she is lucky that pedestrian traffic and vehicular traffic suddenly increased right where she was which caused the suspects to ease up and let her go.
A city bus stop was near by and the woman got on the bus. She noticed the vehicle was following the bus. She recalls the SUV license plate as CKK and either a V or a W.
Police were called to make the report once she was home via the 911 line. TBPS was so busy at the time that she did not receive a call back for 3 hours. She managed to speak to an officer just after 8:00 am.
Description of suspect 1 (Driver):

  • African.
  • Aged around 30.
  • White t-shirt.
  • Black hoodie.
  • Blue jeans.
  • 6-foot 3-inches tall.
  • About 230 pounds in weight.

Description of supect 2 (Passenger):

  • African.
  • Aged around 30.
  • White t-shirt.
  • White hoodie.
  • Black pants.
  • 6-foot 5-inches.
  • About 220 pounds.

Be safe, call the police immediately. If you do not feel safe, ask anyone around you, including city bus drivers, store clerks, anyone, to call 911 if you feel you are or were in danger.


One Reply to “Attempted Abduction: Red River Road”

  1. Well you get 2 large black men patrolling around a KFC,
    And when they try to lure a young girl in a vehicle people get all uppity?
    Of course their gonna be fired up. They were just reading the menu at one of their favourite chicken establishments.
    Damn… what this girl expect.
    I’m not victim blaming here, but all that lil girl had to do was offer to buy these brothas a two-piece each and they woulda been out cold from the ITIS.

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