DECATUR COUNTY, Kan. (KAKE) - The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says its agents found a man was inconsistent in his statements when he reported being kidnapped and sexually assaulted over the weekend. 

The Decatur County Sheriff's Office asked the KBI to investigate the allegations on Saturday. 

"After further investigation, KBI agents determined that several inconsistencies existed in the statements made by the reporting party," the KBI said in a release. "The community can be assured that no threat exists related to this incident."

The KBI said the investigation is ongoing and it would not release additional information at this time.


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Multiple law enforcement agencies from Kansas and Nebraska are searching for two suspects in an abduction in northwest Kansas on Saturday.

The Decatur County Sheriff's Office says they received a report on Saturday from a man in Oberlin, Kansas who says he was kidnapped and had just escaped from his captors. The victim, an unidentified man, was located by police and authorities say the incident appears to be valid.

 

Sheriff Kevin Darling from the Red Willow County Sheriff’s Department in Nebraska says the victim escaped from the two men north of Oberlin around 11:55 a.m. Saturday.

Authorities describe the suspects as a 5′6 white male, bald with a long brown beard and chest tattoos, and a 5′10 black male, heavyset with a mustache, goatee and face tattoos.

The suspects are reportedly driving a blue or green older model minivan with Oklahoma license plates. They are both considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. If you see them, call 911 or your local law enforcement agency.