A man is assisting police after a young woman was allegedly abducted from her home in far north Queensland.
Police launched a major search for the 20-year-old after she went missing from her home in Port Douglas around midnight on Tuesday.
“Police hold concerns for her safety and believe she may be in the company of a man aged in his mid-twenties, who may be holding her against her will,” police said in a public appeal.
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Around 7.30pm last night, following a major manhunt involving the dog squad and a police helicopter, officers found the missing woman at the scene of a crash site.
“Police have located the woman missing from Port Douglas and she is now safe,” police said in a statement.
The man, who police warned the public not to approach, was found a few hours later in the Smithfield area after he ran from the crash scene.
He is currently assisting officers with their inquiries.
Police said the woman has since received medical treatment for her injuries received in the ordeal.
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