Abbotsford Police have issued a warning about another possible attempted abduction.
Constable Ian MacDonald says Sunday night at around 10 p.m., a 33-year-old woman was walking in the area of Marshall and McCallum Roads when a man in a blue van asked her if she wanted a ride.
This occurred just 10 kilometres away from the incident on Saturday.
The woman declined and continued walking.
The man in the blue van drove by her a second time and again offered her a ride, which she again declined.
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“Just shortly after crossing Marshall Road and in the area of Cherry Street, she feels a hand grab her, she turns to break free and runs to a nearby house for safety.”
She was able to break free from the grasp of the suspect and run toward a nearby residence to safety.
The suspect is described as a clean-shaven, Caucasian male in his early 20’s with shoulder-length, wavy brown hair. He had a slim build and was wearing a dark-coloured baseball cap.
The suspect vehicle is described a dark-blue mini-van with rounded corners similar to a Pontiac Montana.