One of the four women who were reportedly abducted in St Andrew over the weekend has been rescued by the police.
Acting on information provided by the Organised Crime Investigation Division, OCID, the woman was located by members of the St Andrew South police yesterday evening.
Its reported that she was found in the St. Andrew South area.
The police are however, declining to release the name of the woman or exactly where she was found.
Its understood that the police used mobile phone data to help track down the woman.
Its also understood the rescued woman was taken to the Kingston Public Hospital where she was admitted in critical but stable condition.
The woman, who’s in her twenties, was reportedly abducted as she travelled on a bus from her home in West Kingston to visit friends in the Riverton City area.
She was reportedly prevented from getting off the bus at her intended destination.