Six Nations Police are investigating a report of a man asking a 15-year-old girl being to get into a van parked at the Tim Hortons parking lot in Ohsweken, a week ago.
Police released the report today saying the incident occurred last Wednesday, September 6th, 2017, at 7:30 P.M., .
The girl had walked to Tim Hortons when a male standing in the lot asked her to get into a van. The male was described as Asian. The van was a white Ford Econo van.
Frightened, by this, the girl went into Tim Hortons. Inside there were two other Asian males looking at her. She stood by some adults and the men, once served, left. The van was last seen travelling northbound on Chiefswood Road. No other description of the men involved was obtained other than they were Asian.
Police said the van returned to Tim Hortons the next day, Thursday, September 7th, 2017, at 6:30 A.M., . Police said they were notified that the van had returned to Tim Hortons. Officers stopped the van and found a number of male occupants, only 2 spoke English. Officers were unable to determine if any of the occupants were involved in the incident from the day before. Police were able to determine that the men were migrant workers, on the Territory working on a local tobacco farm, on First Line Road.
The local tobacco farmer has been cooperative with police as this incident remains under investigation.