Woman found safe af­ter video shows ab­duc­tion Wit­nesses re­port she screamed, ‘He’s go­ing to kill me’

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - - Local - By Su­san­nah Bryan South Florida Sun Sen­tinel Su­san­nah Bryan can be reached at [email protected] sun­sen­tinel.com or 954-356-4554. Find her on Twit­ter @Su­san­nah_Bryan.

MI­AMI – A woman who was ab­ducted from a Mi­ami auto shop Fri­day night has been found safe, po­lice said Sun­day.

Video re­leased by po­lice showed the woman run­ning into the auto shop to hide and beg­ging by­s­tanders to call po­lice be­fore she was ab­ducted.

“He’s go­ing to kill me,” she screamed be­fore be­ing forced into the man’s car and driven off, wit­nesses told WPLG-Ch. 10.

On Sun­day, Mi­ami po­lice said the woman was lo­cated “safely” and “in good con­di­tion.”

Sur­veil­lance video cap­tured the scene out­side an auto shop in the 2300 block of North­west 36th Street.

In the video, the man drives up in a white car, pos­si­bly a Nis­san Al­tima with a pa­per li­cense tag. The tag’s num­bers con­tained CFJ7 or CJF7, of­fi­cials said.

A wit­ness says he saw the man run into the shop and hit the woman up to 20 times.

The video shows the man walk­ing the woman out­side with his arms wrapped around her neck and forc­ing her in­side the car.

Mi­ami po­lice said de­tec­tives are still fol­low­ing up on the in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion about the in­ci­dent can give anony­mous tips to Crime Stop­pers of Mi­ami at 305-471-TIPS or crimestop­persmi­ami.com.


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