Cleveland police release sketches of suspects in woman’s abduction

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CLEVELAND- The Cleveland Division of Police released two suspect sketches on Thursday in the abduction of a 34-year-old woman on the city’s west side.

(Images courtesy: Cleveland Division of Police)

(Images courtesy: Cleveland Division of Police)

The victim told police she was leaving for work on Aug. 4 when two men forced her into her car at gunpoint.

The woman was able to text her boss, “Men with guns, in car, help please,” before the men noticed she had her phone, according to Cleveland police. She jumped out of the car and flagged down a passerby at West 52nd Street and Field Avenue.

The woman was not injured and police searched the area with K-9s, but did not locate her abductors.

Anyone with information should call the First District Detective Bureau at 216-623-5118.

West 52nd Street and Field Avenue