Police: Woman safe after reported abduction at CMU
Police: Woman safe after reported abduction at gunpoint in parking lot at Central Michigan U.
Police say a woman is safe after reportedly being abducted at gunpoint by a man in a parking lot at Central Michigan University and then driven away in her SUV.
Campus police say the abduction is believed to have happened about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday outside the Student Activity Center in Mount Pleasant and was reported about an hour later. Police say they were about 4 miles south of campus when she escaped.
Police say the woman sought help at a home. She's reportedly ok.
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Police announced Thursday morning that they'd found the vehicle and the suspect was no longer at large.
WSGW-AM reports additional details weren't immediately released. Police at the mid-Michigan school say they're continuing to investigate.
A press conference on the situation is scheduled for 10 am Thursday to talk about the abduction. Stay with Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com as details unfold.
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