Toronto police have located a woman they say was struck by a auto and then dragged into another vehicle by a group of men early on Friday morning.
Police said a man and a woman were seen arguing in a white SUV around 2:20 a.m.in the area of McCowan Road and Eglinton Avenue East.
At some point, a dark-coloured sedan and silver smaller-model sedan pulled into the parking lot and near to the first vehicle.
Police say the woman was then seen getting out of the SUV before standing in front of the darker vehicle.
Police say witnesses then saw two other vehicles pull up, one of which - a dark sedan - struck the woman. Three men then picked her off the ground and carried her to a silver vehicle, possibly a Kia Rio.
The three vehicles fled the area, and were last seen driving southbound on McCowan Road.
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Police officers attended a number of hospital across the city to see if anyone matching the description of the woman showed up in an emergency room but came up empty.
"What we can say is that there was a woman involved and the detectives were able to locate her", Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook told Global News.
All the men are described as black in their early to mid 20s.
"Hopefully this is just an isolated situation", she said.
Anyone with new information about the investigation is being asked to call police or Crime Stoppers.
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