Several arrested after alleged abduction in Port Moody ends in rescue operation
A man has been rescued and several people arrested in relation to a kidnapping investigation, said Port Moody police.
Police say it received several 911 calls around 10 a.m Wednesday about a man who was reportedly forced into a vehicle on Murray Street in the area’s brewery district.
The incident was not publicized due to the sensitive nature of the investigation and there was no danger to the public, said police.
On Friday, Port Moody police, along with members of the Vancouver police emergency response team, RCMP and the B.C. Conservation Officer Service, launched an operation in the Mission area.
“The male hostage, a man in his 40s, was rescued,” said police in a brief statement. “Multiple arrests have been made.”
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