A dramatic kidnapping may have been caught on video last week.
According to ABC News, the Los Angeles Police Department is looking into footage captured Sunday night which appears to show a woman grabbed and forced into a car.
The video shows the woman kicking for help. Witnesses told police they heard someone yelling for help. They also told the LAPD that there may have been another suspect in the video.
The car, described as a light gray four-door sedan, perhaps a Chrysler 200 or a Bentley, drove off with the woman in it. It had Texas license plates. Reportedly, it is possible that the license plate begins with the first three numbers 763.
"The male closed the door and walked around the rear of the vehicle and entered the driver's side again," the police statement said.
One suspect has been described as “a male Hispanic in his 20s, 6 feet tall, about 200 pounds,” according to a police statement. There is no description of the second suspect.
LAPD Officer Mike Lopez said they hunted down the video after someone called 911 to report a woman screaming.
Police are looking to the public for help. They urge anyone with information to call detectives at (323)786-5447 or 1-877-LAPD-24-7 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
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