Police in Miami release surveillance video of a possible abduction

Police in Miami release surveillance video of a possible abduction

A man is seen getting out of the front seat before dragging her into the vehicle.

Sunday night, police said the woman and the man know each other and what was captured by surveillance cameras appears to be domestic-related incident.

Miami police say a woman seen in a surveillance video being violently abduction has been found safe and in good condition.

A woman went into an Allapattah tire shop Friday night to get away from a man who eventually hauled her out and forced her into his Nissan.

Witnesses claimed the woman was attempting to hide in a bathroom in the workshop.

A short time later a man pulls up.

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

She reportedly told witnesses, "call 911" and "he's going to kill me".

"The City of Miami Police Robbery Unit needs your assistance identifying the female depicted in the video above, she was abducted yesterday, 2/8/19 from 2345 NW 36 St". She is described as being in her mid-20s to early 30s, and is between 5 feet 4 inches and 5 feet 8 inches tall.

The video apparently shows a man taking a woman and putting her in a white Nissan Altima bearing a paper tag. We need to apprehend this individual.

"This is someone's daughter, this is someone's sister, someone's family member", said Miami Police Commander Freddie Cruz. A partial tag number is either CFJ7 or CJF7, according to investigators.

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

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