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"Midway between Marlborough and Hungerford on the A4, the driver of the Escort lost control of the vehicle which then crashed.

The male was arrested by traffic officers and the child was taken by the police helicopter to Great Western hospital in Swindon for medical examination. They were brilliant." The Cardiff abduction comes a week after a six-year-old girl was left naked in an alley in North Tyneside after being snatched from her bath and sexually assaulted.

The vehicle passed through a red traffic light and did not stop.

Officers followed the vehicle eastbound along the M4, then off at junction 15 heading south.

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Detectives were last night questioning three men suspected of involvement in the kidnap and suspected rape of a three-year-old girl, rescued more than 80 miles away from home after a dramatic police chase.

They chased the vehicle more than 14 miles along the M4 and the A4 until it crashed near Marlborough.

We will continue to provide a very visible police presence in the area." Detective Superintendent Paul Kemp, who is leading the investigation, said: "The allegations are horrendous and I would urge anyone who has further information to contact us." An incident room has been set up at Penarth police station and callers are asked to phone 02920 222111 or speak anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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