The St Andrew police are reporting that three women who were abducted at various locations across the parish on Monday, November 1, by men posing as taxi operators, have been found.
Reports are that all three women were abducted at different locations in the parish by the men who were traveling in a white Toyota Probox motor car, displaying public passenger vehicle registration plates.
The abductors first struck in Bull Bay, by abducting the first female, after which they headed towards the Papine area where they abducted the second female on the compound of the University Hospital.
The third female who was in the vicinity of the University of the West Indies rear entrance, was also lured into the vehicle by armed men.
Two of the women were released on Tuesday, November 2, at approximately 7:30 am, in the vicinity of the Kingston Public Hospital, while the third was released in the Duhaney Park area.
One of the women had to be taken to hospital for treatment.
A manhunt has been launched for the men by members of the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Branch (C-TOC) and members of the Kingston East and St Andrew Central Police Divisions.