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UPDATE: Vehicle Sought by PPB Located in Gresham (Photo)

November 30, 2023 19:11


On the evening of November 30, 2023, an alert officer with the Gresham Police Department located the vehicle involved in a child abduction earlier in the day in Portland. The officer found the Subaru Outback in the area of Southeast Morrison Terrace and Southeast 202nd Avenue in Gresham. The vehicle will now be processed for evidence.

The suspect was not in the vehicle, or in the immediate area, and is still being sought by PPB detectives. Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact Det. Michael Greenlee at michael.greenlee@police.portlandoregon.gov .


***Original Message Below***

Porland Police Detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle that was used in the abduction of a child who has since been found safe. The missing vehicle is a 2017 dark blue Subaru Outback, Oregon license plate 639JVQ (photo attached).

On November 30, 2023, at 7:21 a.m., East Precinct officers responded to the ar

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