Police are appealing for information after a woman was allegedly abducted in Hayes

A woman has reportedly been abducted in Hayes, London, according to the Metropolitan Police.

Police were called for a report of a woman believed to be in her 20s being forced into a vehicle against her will by a man also believed to be in his 20s.

The incident was reported just after noon on Saturday 18 December at Cranford Lane, Hayes in south east London.

The Met invites all witnesses or persons with evidence to provide information.

The woman was described as being white, slender of build, medium red hair. She was wearing a black leather jacket, black pants and white slippers.

The driver of the vehicle was described as a white male, slender of build, with short brown hair. He was wearing a black sweater, black pants and black shoes.

He was driving in a white, flat-backed van with an open cage at the back, the statement said.

Detective Luke Taylor, of the Met’s West Area Command, said the Met was “concerned about the woman’s welfare” and appealed for information and possible video recordings from dashboard cameras or security cameras.

He said: “We are concerned about the welfare of this woman and are gathering information to understand the context of the incident and to locate the vehicle and the persons concerned.

“I ask anyone who has seen the incident, has information about the van or driver, or anyone who lives in the area and may have dashcam or ringtone recordings, to contact police.

“I’m sure the news of this incident will be of concern to the local community and I would like to assure them that the police are working at high speed to ensure that the circumstances surrounding the incident are fully understood and that the woman is in keep well. ”

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