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Police ask for public's help in connection to Camborne abduction

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Devon and Cornwall police are renewing their appeal for a man they would like to speak to to in connection with an abduction in Camborne View attachment 67


Police in Cornwall are once again seeking help from the public over the abduction on a young boy earlier this year
They have released images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the offence.
Officers in the case are appealing for the potential witness to come forward in reference the abduction of an 8 year old boy in Camborne in March
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 08452 777444 quoting police ref. AC/10/1140
Police wish to stress that this is an isolated incident which is extremely rare.
The man is described as being in his late 30's, of general scruffy and unwashed appearance with grey/brown long straggly hair. He was wearing a light coloured bobble hat, a brown three-quarter length bomber jacket with a collar, baggy blue jeans and black boots.
A 36-year-old local man was arrested in connection with the incident but later released on Police bail until 29 March 2010.

CHILD ABDUCTION REPORT CAMBORNE
At around 1600 hours on Friday, 26 March 2010, Police were called to the Tesco supermarket on Wesley Street, Camborne after receiving a report that a man had abducted an eight-year-old boy.
The boy – who was wearing a red hooded top – was removed from a vehicle by an unknown man who took him a short distance away before releasing him unharmed but shaken.
The motive for the crime is as yet unknown but Police are appealing to anyone who saw the man or the boy to contact them.
Police wish to stress that this is an isolated incident which is extremely rare.
The man is described as being in his late 30's, of general scruffy and unwashed appearance with grey/brown long straggly hair. He was wearing a light coloured bobble hat, a brown three-quarter length bomber jacket with a collar, baggy blue jeans and black boots.
Officers investigating the incident believe that several people were in the area at the time of the incident and may have seen the man and the boy together. They urge anyone with information to contact them on 08452 777444 quoting log 663 of 26th of March 2010.
 
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