Regina police think second victim in alleged kidnapping may not exist

Regina Police feel a second victim in an alleged kidnapping earlier this month may not exist.

In a news release issued Thursday, police say there are no reports of a missing person matching the abduction report and there is no other indication that validates the claim that a second young man was involved in this case.

On June 7, it was reported a pair of teenagers had been abducted by a man and a woman.

The suspects are still at large.  The first is described as a white man around 6 foot tall weighing around 280 pounds.  He wasbetween 40 and 50 years old with black and grey hair, a short trimmed beard, a “wrinkly face” and a scar under his left eye.  He also “spoke with a deep voice”.

The second suspect is a woman, believed to be between 40 and 50 years old.  She has shoulder length silver and blonde hair with hazel eyes and a large freckle on her right jaw line.

Anyone with information is asked to call Regina Police

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