Vancouver Police are still looking for witnesses of an attempted abduction back in April.
It happened shortly before 10:00am on April 22nd.
Police say the suspect is believed to be about 50-years-old and Vietnamese and knew the victim.
Police say a 2016, a silver 4-door car pulled up to a 45-year-old woman waiting at a bus stop near 51st Avenue and Kerr Street – when a man got out and grabbed her.
That wasn’t the only time police say this happened.
VPD say there have been two other suspicious incidents involving this same victim and suspect over a period of five days.
Help to catch a killer
Vancouver Police are also investigating two more cold cases.
They are looking for tips in the 1995 death of 28-year-old Chantel Gillade, who was found in a alley downtown.
Police say she was found wrapped in a blue tarp and a maroon-coloured blanket.
Gillade was last seen getting into a black pick-up truck with a canopy, believed to have been a 1989 Chevrolet.
Police say it had tinted windows and a distinctive red stripe painted on the sides of the canopy.
The other cold case is the 1998 death of 53-year-old Mary O’Donnell, who was robbed and beaten to death on the grounds of Templeton High School.
VPD seek witnesses to assault on elderly women
Vancouver Police are also looking for more witnesses in two random assaults against elderly women.
You likely remember the incidents from late in May, when in one case an elderly woman was punched in the face and the other left an elderly woman with a broken elbow after she was pushed off her walker.
The incidents happened on May 26th along the West Broadway corridor.
In the first attack, an 84-year-old woman who was sitting on her walker on West Broadway near Ash Street and was kicked her off her seat.
The second incident happened two hours later near Broadway and Granville Street. A 70-year-old woman in a wheelchair out for a walk to meet her daughter was punched in the face.
Although Police arrested a 33-year-old Vancouver man a few days later, investigators have not obtained enough evidence to support the recommendation of charges in the first attack near Ash Street.
Police do have Video of the Broadway and Ash street assault but say it does not identify the suspect.
Police believe the assaults were committed by the same person.
VPD are looking for a witness named Amber to come forward.
Anyone who witnessed anything from any of these incidents should call VPD at 604-717-2541.