Woman who feared being abducted, shattered vehicle glass as a means of escape


A 21-year-old female of Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara (WCD) shattered a vehicle glass as a means of escape after she feared being abducted by two persons in a black Juke motor car on Friday.

They Break News understands that the victim was on the main road of Tuschen New Housing Scheme, awaiting transportation when a black Juke motor vehicle driven by a male with a female seated in the front passenger seat offered her a drop to her location.

The woman agreed and entered the vehicle. Upon reaching the junction of the Scheme, the woman requested the driver to stop for her to exit the vehicle, but she was ignored. The driver then proceeded to turn onto the Tuschen Public Road, and the victim became fearful.

She then broke the back left side window glass of the vehicle, which caused the driver to stop immediately. The woman then rushed out of the vehicle with her belongings as the car drove off in a western direction.

The ordeal was subsequently reported to the police at the Leonora Police Station, and an investigation was launched.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here