- Two men tried to abduct an RAF servicemen at knifepoint at RAF Marham
- Villager says he saw two men on a reconnaissance mission 2 days before
- Said that he spotted the men speeding away from RAF base in Ford Galaxy
- 20 anti-terrorism officers drafted in to help with investigation
Police have released new e-fit images of the knifemen suspected of attempting to abduct a serviceman from an RAF base.
The married serviceman, who is in his late 20s, was out running near RAF Marham, in Norfolk, last week when he was grabbed by a man, who tried to drag him towards a nearby car.
Norfolk Police have now released two new images of the suspects in a bid to trace them - but warned members of the public not to approach the men.
The force has drafted in 20 anti-terrorism officers to help with the case and has not ruled out terrorism as a potential motive for the failed abduction, although other possible causes are also being looked at.
Police have released two new e-fit images (pictured) of the knifemen suspected of attempting to abduct a serviceman from an RAF base last week
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