Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Abduction of Woman From Miami Tire Store Caught on Security Footage

Abduction of Woman From Miami Tire Store Caught on Security Footage

Police are asking for the public's help to find the unidentified woman and her abductor.

Police say that the kidnapper forced the woman into a white, four-door Nissan Altima with a paper tag.

According to investigators, the woman was taken Friday night outside of La Ceiba Tire Shop, located off Northwest 36th Street, near 22nd Avenue, in Miami's Allapattah neighborhood.

"In the video, he has his arms wrapped around her neck as he forces her inside of the vehicle", Delva said.

You can see in the video the woman walks into the tire shop and is dragged out moments later.

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"She told me, 'Call 911, '" the witness said.

The unknown woman was reportedly heard screaming "Call 911, he's going to kill me" as she was dragged away and forced into a auto by what police believe was an armed assailant. "He takes her from the restroom and hit her, I don't know, like 20 or 50 times and then he wanted her to drive the auto".

A short time later a man pulls up.

On Sunday, authorities confirmed that the woman was in good condition and that detectives were following up on the investigation, but declined to release any other details.

Anyone who wants to help also can contact Miami police at 305-603-6370.

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