Concerns for woman believed injured after attempted kidnapping at Entrance

Police have concerns for the welfare of a woman who they believe has been injured following an attempted kidnapping on the Central Coast this morning.

Officers from Tuggerah Lakes Police District are investigating reports of the attempted kidnaping of a woman on Boondilla Street, The Entrance, about 4am (Saturday 9 November 2019).

Police have been told two men approached a parked Holden Tigra on Boondilla Street before jumping on it, damaging the windscreen and bonnet. The female occupant was removed from the vehicle and dragged towards a nearby silver hatchback before she was able to break free.

The two men got in the hatchback and fled towards Bay Road. The woman was last seen walking north on Ocean Parade. She hasn’t been seen since.

A crime scene was established which has since been forensically examined.

Police have concerns for the woman’s welfare as they believe she may have been injured. That woman is described as being Caucasian appearance, about 160cm tall with a medium build, and dark hair.

Police are urging the woman – or anyone with information about her identity – to contact detectives at Wyong Police Station or Crime Stoppers – as soon as possible.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence.

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