UK Police 'concerned' after woman dragged into car with 'cloned registration plate' last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Officers want to make sure that the woman is safe and well
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police have issued an appeal for witnesses after a woman was reportedly dragged into a car in Stockport. The incident happened on Yates Street in the Portwood area at around 9.40am yesterday (Thursday), police said. The vehicle involved - a silver Toyota Auris - approached the street from St Pauls Street. The car's registration number was NG08KTP. Police believe this could have been a cloned number plate. READ MORE: Woman grabbed from behind and told not to scream in chilling woods attack Around five minutes after the woman was reportedly dragged into the car, the vehicle was then spotted on Mersey Street. The woman appeared to get out of the car and approach a black Saab vehicle. This vehicle's number plate was SY58SGV. Police again believe that this could have been cloned.
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. This then drove off towards the town centre, police added. The woman was described as being aged around 30 to 40 and around 5ft 6in tall. She was tall, blonde and was wearing all-black clothing. The driver of the Toyota was described as being a while male aged in his 30s to 50s. He had dark-coloured hair, a bent nose and was wearing a black Stone Island jacket. Officers said they are 'becoming increasingly concerned about the woman'. They 'want to make sure she is safe and well'. Anyone who may have witnessed this incident or may have more information should contact 0161 856 9821. Information can also be passed on anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Family's holiday nightmare as suitcases with bank cards, clothes and medication VANISH Serial abuser threatened to kill partner and held a knife to her throat after she questioned texts found on his phone Weapons haul and 'banned dog' seized after police raid cricket club being 'used to store stolen vehicles' The most sought-after home in Greater Manchester that house hunters all have their eyes on Lost Greater Manchester nightclub captured in unearthed noughties photos