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Miami police seek public's help in 'disturbing' abduction caught on video

Video shows man abducting woman in Miami police say Witnesses say the man from the car hit the woman about 20 times before forcing her into the car
Deanna Wagner | 11 February, 2019, 18:39

The woman is first seen in the video arriving on foot, followed by a white vehicle.

This is shown on La Ceiba Tire Shop's surveillance video, released by Miami police as they request the public's help in finding the woman.

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

According to police, a woman walked into a shop on Friday night, February 8 and reportedly said to witnesses, "Call 911" and, "He's going to kill me".

In the video, a man forces the woman inside a vehicle, possibly a 2015 or newer model Nissan Altima.

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One witness told CBS Miami the woman was hit dozens of times during the apparent abduction.

'And then he put her in the drivers seat; he hit her 20 more times with the door'.

The video shows the man walking the woman outside with his arms wrapped around her neck and forcing her inside the auto. We don't know if she's hurt, ' Miami Police Commander Freddie Cruz said in a Facebook Live statement. He continued and stated that "this is someone's daughter, this is someone's sister, someone's family member".

"We don't know the whereabouts of this young lady". It had a paper tag with partial numbers either CFJ7 or CJF7, authorities said.

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