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Cleveland police: Woman who was abducted from gas station found safe

Christine McKeever, Courtesy: Cleveland Police

CLEVELAND– A woman who was abducted from a gas station has been located, the Cleveland Division of Police says.

Officers were flagged down around 3 a.m. by a man at Woodhill Road and Woodland Avenue.

The man told police his girlfriend Christine McKeever, 24, was talking to someone at a gas station on West 140th Street around 1:30 a.m. when he saw a man get out of a car and throw her inside and drive away, according to the police report.

On Sunday afternoon, police said the woman was located safe and unharmed. The case remains under investigation.

The man was unable to tell police the make or model of the vehicle or which gas station.

The man told police he saw all of this happen from his rear view mirror and that he was going to chase the car, but he lost sight of it by the time he started his vehicle.

According to the police report, the man went to his girlfriend’s house to see if she was there, and then flagged down police when she wasn’t home.

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