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