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COLORADO – A woman called police to help her when she was forced into her own car’s trunk by a stranger.
The unidentified woman told police she was stopping for dinner when someone came up behind her and forced her into her trunk at gunpoint, according to ABC News.
She told police she wasn’t sure where she was because the suspect had driven around for more than 30 miles.
She was stationary when she called police and several patrol cars went out to search for her.
Local officers were able to find her car and the keys close by and rescue her. She wasn’t injured.
Police are currently still looking for the suspect.