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Video captures woman's apparent abduction from Miami tire shop
12 February 2019, 11:27 | Devin Moran
Authorities in Miami are asking for the public's help identifying a woman caught on video possibly being abducted
"He wanted her to drive the auto, so he put her in the driver's seat", said the witness.
Detectives are following up on the investigation.
Miami Police Department released the footage in the hope to identify the woman after it was reported that she screamed "call 911, he's going to kill me" before being forced into the vehicle by what police believe was an armed assailant.
The incident occurred outside a tire store in the 2300 block of Northwest 36th Street.
Witnesses said the woman tried to hide in a restroom. Shortly after she walks in, the woman can be seen being dragged out by a male.
- Police in south Florida say a woman has been found safe after she was allegedly abducted outside of a Miami business. "He takes her from the restroom and hit her like, I don't know, 20 or 50 times", said the witness.
The woman is first seen in the video arriving on foot, followed by a white vehicle.
"He's going to kill me", she screamed before being forced into the man's vehicle and driven off, witnesses told WPLG-Ch. 10. "He hit her like 20 more times with the door". "We need apprehend this individual". Partial numbers from the tag are CFJ7 or CJF7.
Anyone with info is asked to contact the City of Miami Police Robbery Unit at 305-603-6370 or our non-emergency number 305-579-611.
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