Police search for woman who told store employee she'd been kidnapped just before man dragged her out
DOLTON, Illinois - Dolton police are working with the FBI to locate an injured woman who came into a store to say she'd been kidnapped - right before a man came in and dragged her away.
Police said the woman entered AutoZone, 844 E. Sibley Blvd., on Sunday around 5 p.m. and approached the cashier.
The woman told the cashier she had met a guy on an app and he was not letting her go.
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The cashier told police the woman was clearly injured, with bruises on her neck and arms, and a bandage on her right hand that was wet with blood.
Soon after, a man came in and told the woman "that was enough." He grabbed her, dragged her out to a vehicle, and drove off westbound on Sibley.
Police said the man was Black, wearing a black jogging outfit, and green shoes with no laces.