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Police investigate possible abduction in Cottons Park, Romford

PUBLISHED: 09:03 28 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:11 28 May 2014

Police have found no evidence of a crime yet but contiune to investigate

Police have found no evidence of a crime yet but contiune to investigate

Archant

Detectives are investigating a possible abduction in Romford yesterday.

Cottons Park, in Cottons Approach, was sealed off by officers at around 6.45pm following reports that a man was seen being bundled into a car by a group of other men who then made off in two separate vehicles.

A spokesman for the Met Police said: “We haven’t found any evidence of a crime yet but Havering Police continue to investigate.”

Did you see anything? Contact Jane Ball on 020 8477 3878 or email jane.ball@archant.co.uk

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