FOUND: Police search for woman abducted outside Miami auto shop

Nellie Chapman
February 12, 2019

That's when the witness saw the man arrive and grab the victim.

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.

Police in Miami released surveillance video in connection with an abduction case.

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

She appears to say something to two men stood outside, moments before a auto pulls up.

She was visibly distressed when the male figure dragged her out of the workshop and into the White Nissan Altima.

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

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Police said the abduction occurred near 2345 NW 36 St.in Miami.

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

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

"We need your assistance identifying the female depicted in the video", police said. "We need apprehend this individual".

The assailant's vehicle had a temporary license plate attached to it, with the partial tag of either "CFJ7", or "CFF7".

"Anyone with info is asked to contact our Robbery Unit At 305.603.6370 or our non-emergency number 305.579.6111".

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