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Police release horrifying footage showing alleged abduction of woman

August 26, 2018  |  Posted by: Michael Falzarano
Police release horrifying footage showing alleged abduction of woman

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Footage released by Canadian Police captured the horrifying moment a woman frantically begs for help before her presumed abduction.

According to CTV News, the abduction occurred last week in the residential area of Richmond Hill, Ontario.

York Regional Police released the footage of the victim who can be seen desperately ringing the doorbell of a home in an attempt to get help from the homeowners before an armed male assailant violently drags her away from the front porch against her will.

“Get in the ******* car,” the kidnapping suspect tells the woman, who responds: “I think I’m going to die.”

The suspect tells the woman: “I’m going to kill you, you want to leave?”

Officials said the woman had no connection to the homeowners.

The release of the disturbing footage to the public helped investigators identify the female victim.

Authorities said Friday that police located the 28-year-old woman from Richmond Hill, Ont., “in good health” thanks to tips from the public.

However, the unidentified male suspect still remains at-large.

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