Woman abducted in strange blue box
A Dr Martha Jones claims to have been tricked into "travelling in time and space" by the owner of an unlicensed vehicle who is a suspect in the credit fraud case. Apparently he uses "psychedelic paper" which contains a drug that convinces victims that a document is what it ought to be, e.g. a cheque, and that lured Dr Jones into the suspect's "police box" for an unspecified period of time. Relatives say that Dr Jones's whereabouts were unknown last month for 37 seconds, although mobile phone records indicate that she spent the time at several locations in and around Cardiff while believing it to be London. The authenticity of a series of videos and books describing Dr Jones's many "adventures" with the mysterious man was said to be "undetermined". Especially the fan fiction, and I think you know what I'm talking about.
Credit payment workers are advised to wear gloves, and ear protection, as the suspect apparently also performs acou-terrorism using a "sonic screwdriver" if the thing with the paper doesn't work. He is also said to "want to mate", so better have some protection for that as well.