Police cancel search for possible abduction suspect
UPDATE – South Salt Lake Police Croyle said that both individuals have been located.
The woman was unharmed and no criminal charges were filed.
Croyle thanks the community for locating the motorhome.
SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah – Police are searching for a motorhome that possibly abducted a woman Saturday evening.
According to South Salt Lake Police Danielle Croyle, the woman was yelling and calling for 9-1-1 near 500 East Scott Ave around 9:09 p.m.
She attempted to walk out of the “white and beige” motorhome, saying she was being “held.”
However, according to Croyle, an unknown person pulled the woman back into the motorhome and drove away.
The woman has blonde hair, but no other description was given.
The motorhome did not have a front license plate. It was last seen around 3973 S. 900 East heading south.
Croyle asks anyone who sees the motorhome to call 9-1-1 so a welfare check can be completed.
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