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Arrest made in connection to kidnapping of Saddle Lake woman Sunday

An RCMP detachment can be seen in this undated file photo. (File) An RCMP detachment can be seen in this undated file photo. (File)
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A 37-year-old man has been arrested six days after he allegedly abducted a woman in Saddle Lake.

RCMP say the suspect, a Saddle Lake resident, is believed to have broken into a home Sunday night sometime before 10 p.m. and assaulted a couple there.

According to Mounties, he then forcibly abducted one of the victims, a 49-year-old woman, and left in a school bus he stole from the home.

The bus was found abandoned a few hours later, and the woman was found sometime before 7 a.m. Monday

The man was arrested Saturday.

No information has been given on what charges he is facing.

Saddle Lake is around 171 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.

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