CCTV footage shows terrified woman being abducted in Miami – Daily News
#CCTV, #footage, #shows, #terrified, #woman, #being, #abducted, #Miami Disturbing surveillance footage has emerged showing a woman being abducted from outside a workshop in Miami.The unknown woman was reportedly heard screaming ‘Call 911, he’s going to kill me’ as she was dragged away and forced into a car by what police believe was an armed assailant.Authorities released video of the altercation on social media, showing an African-American lady speaking to two men outside La Ceiba Tire Shop on Friday, before taking refuge inside.Witnesses say the woman attempted to hide in a restroom.A white Nissan Altima then speeds up to the premises and a man gets out from the driver’s side.Moments later the currently unidentified pair emerge from the shop in a struggle, with the man’s arms clasped around the woman’s chest as she appears to be in a state of distress., before driving away. A witness said he hit her ’20 times’ with the car door to force her inside.’She told me, “Call 911, he’s going to kill me”,’ said the anonymous witness to Miami 7 News.’He was running over here. He takes her from the restroom and hit her like, I don’t know 20 or 50 times.’And then he put her in the drivers seat; he hit her 20 more times with the door.’The witness went on to describe the ‘fighting and screaming’ as disturbing, and believed the man was armed with a gun. Police say they are hoping members of the public can help identify the victim, who they describe as black woman in her mid 20s or early 30s, and between 5 ft 4 inches and 5 ft 8 inches tall.’We don’t know the whereabouts of this young lady. We don’t know if she’s hurt,’ Miami Police Commander Freddie Cruz said in a Facebook Live statement.’This is someone’s daughter, this is someone’s sister, someone’s family member. We need to apprehend this individual. We need to bring this young lady back home to safety.’The assailant’s car had a temporary license plate attached to it, with the partial tag of either ‘CFJ7’, or ‘CFF7’.Police said he may be armed and dangerous, urging to public to keep their distance if seen. Anyone with information should contact the Miami Police Department at 305-603-6370 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.
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