‘No get off me:’ Police look into reports of possible kidnappingPosted: Updated:
Police in Lodi are looking into reports of a possible kidnapping following a 911 call from a witness.
The incident happened Monday around 9:20 p.m. in the area of Summer and Autumn streets.
According to police, a 911 caller said he heard a woman yell “no get off me” and saw a man grab her before tossing her into a white SUV.
Police say the vehicle was operated by another male, which then drove off.
The caller described the victim as a white young adult female, around 5 feet 6 inches, with blonde hair wearing a grey V neck sweater and blue jeans.
The first suspect is described as a male wearing a long sleeve black shirt and dark blue jeans.
The second suspect is described as a male with a large body frame and short hair.
Police say the SUV is possibly a Nissan or Toyota.
Police say there may have been a cross hanging from the rearview mirror.
The vehicle was last seen traveling south on Summer Street.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Lodi police at 973-473-7600.
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