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Jarvis is a 4-year-old shepherd mix with brown and white short hair. He is super sweet and smart. He has been leash trained and knows how to sit. He would make a great family companion.


Cats, Cats, Cats!


Sweet Pea — is a 6-month-old brown and white tabby domestic short hair. She is a very frisky kitten and prefers a home without other animals. She would make a fun family addition.


Molly — is a 7-year-old blue and white domestic short hair. She is very laid back and would make a great lap cat.


Flounder — is a 6-month-old black domestic short hair. He has a great disposition and is a very lovable guy.


Jarvis and other pets are available for adoption at the Sebastian County Humane Society, 3800 Kelley Highway. Adoption costs are $50 for cats and $100 for dogs. Adoption fees include spay or neuter, microchip implants, worming and basic vaccinations. For information, call 783-4395.


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Police say distressed woman seen being pulled into car in Rochdale has been found safe and well

A woman seen in an agitated state being pulled into a car by two men in Rochdale has been found safe and well by police.


The woman, described as a white or light skinned Asian woman, gave officers and members of the public concern on Saturday morning when she was seen in the back of a car in a distressed state and shouting for help.


The car - a green Toyota Avensis - was later found abandoned on Bishop Street in Rochdale.


Police had located the car after it was seen on John Street to speed off, mount the pavement and go through a red light, according to witnesses. Officers lost the car during the pursuit a short while later. Police are still investigating the reason for the chase.


Detective Inspector Andrew Butterworth said: “The first priority of this investigation was to ensure we found the woman safe, and we have done that.


“However, this investigation is far from over and now we must focus on how and why this incident came about.”


Police earlier said they were looking for the occupants of the car and were probing whether the woman had been kidnapped, or if it was a domestic incident.


The first offender is described as an Asian man, between 20 and 30 years old, short hair. He was wearing a grey jumper.


The victim is described as a white or light-skinned Asian woman, with long dark hair. She was wearing a dark coloured coat.


DI Andrew Butterworth appealed for the public to contact police if they saw people matching the descriptions in the area at the time the vehicle was abandoned, or if they know anything about the car.


Anyone with information should call 0161 856 8549 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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Police say distressed woman seen being pulled into car in Rochdale has been found safe and well

Police probe whether woman heard screaming from car in Rochdale had been kidnapped

Police in Rochdale are investigating whether a woman seen screaming and struggling for help in the back of a car was kidnapped.


Officers say a woman, described as a white or light-skinned Asian woman, was seen shouting for help and struggling to get out of a green Toyota Avensis on John Street in Rochdale.


She was then pulled back into the vehicle by one of two men in the car, and at 11.20am, it sped off along John Street towards Whitworth. Witnesses said the car mounted the pavement and raced through a red light.


Police were called, and they pursued the vehicle to Dewhurst Road, but then lost sight of it. They came across the vehicle a short time later, but it had been abandoned in an alleyway behind Bishop Street.


Officers now want to speak to anyone who may have seen the occupants near Bishop Street in Rochdale, at around 12pm.


The first offender is described as an Asian man, between 20 and 30 years old, short hair. He was wearing a grey jumper.


The victim is described as a white or light-skinned Asian woman, with long dark hair. She was wearing a dark coloured coat.


Detective Inspector Andrew Butterworth said: “We are still trying to ascertain what the circumstances of this incident are.


“We do not know if we are dealing with a potential kidnapping or perhaps a domestic incident.


“What is clear, though, is that the woman was in great distress and our number one priority is to make sure she is safe and well.


“If you believe you saw anyone matching either of the descriptions above in the area at the time the car was abandoned, or know of the vehicle please contact police as soon as possible.”


Anyone with information should call 0161 856 8549 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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Police probe whether woman heard screaming from car in Rochdale had been kidnapped
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