INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Officials say there is no public safety threat to the Indianapolis community after a student reported an alleged abduction on Tuesday.
An Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School eighth grader told school staff that he escaped three people who tried to grab him and get him in a white van Tuesday morning . The school was placed on lockdown and extra police and parents secured the school on Wednesday. Police also questioned the student for any more information on Wednesday.
Sgt. Linda Jackson, public information officer for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, says missing person detectives don't believe the incident was random and there isn't any threat related to the white van with three masked suspects.
She also said there may be no further updates on the incident.
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