Meadow Lake and Loon Lake RCMP are looking for a woman who says she was abducted and robbed at gun point, early Wednesday morning before being dropped off in a rural area.
In a release police say the woman told them she was abducted in Meadow Lake around 1:15 a.m. and was later dropped off in a rural area near Barthel, the woman said she was robbed but not injured.
RCMP say there are two vehicles and suspects involved.
Police said the woman also claimed that a second female victim was with the suspects when she was abducted, and was still with them when she was released.
The only description of the woman who was released at this time, is that she has a small frame.
The first suspect vehicle is described as a black, 2010 two-door Kia Forte, with Saskatchewan license plate 808-MHS.
The second suspect vehicle is a white, two-door 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier with Saskatchewan license plate 625-LSY.
RCMP say the suspects are both females. The first is described as approximately 5’5”, small to average build, with blond hair and an eyebrow ring. The second is described as approximately 5’5”, small to average build with brown hair and an eyebrow ring.
They may be headed to Loon Lake, Saskatoon or Regina, but this has not been confirmed.
If you see these vehicles or individuals, RCMP say do not approach them, call 911.
Information can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers.
#MeadowLake RCMP requests public assistance locating female after receiving complaint of abduction. Suspect vehicle: black 2010 two-door Kia Forte, SK plate 808MHS (in pic). 2nd suspect vehicle: white two-door 2004 Chev Cavalier, SK plate 625LSY. More: https://t.co/WIfq59w1M7 ^km pic.twitter.com/U0tCtPUjFK
— RCMP Saskatchewan (@RCMPSK) September 15, 2021