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LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) -

A police incident has forced the Lancaster County Board of Elections to change the location of a polling place in West Hempfield Township.

The Lyndon district polls have been moved from the Lancaster County Environmental Center, at 1 Natures Way, to the Locust district polling place at the Willow Valley Manor Activities Area, at 71 Locust Lane in Willow Street.

The Lyndon district polling place is currently closed.

Officials said Lyndon district voters will be able to vote at the Locust Street polling place by noon.

The police incident, at nearby Lancaster County Central Park, is a search for two men who reportedly abducted a woman in the city this morning.

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