According to KNBC, the incident occurred in South Los Angeles shortly before midnight.
The incident happened Sunday around 11:50 p.m.in the 100 block of West 79th Street. A Hispanic man in his 20s exited the vehicle and approached a Hispanic woman who was walking down the sidewalk.
The alleged kidnapping victim struggles to free herself from the man's grasp as he carries her to the auto like a ragdoll and forces her inside through the front passenger door. She is then forced into the passenger's seat. He closed the door and walked around the rear of the vehicle, getting in the driver's side door again.
The woman can be seen briefly escaping but is pulled back inside. At one point, the woman is able to step out of the vehicle, but someone inside prevents her from fleeing. The auto drove off westbound.
Police said the auto appeared to have Texas license plates, possibly with the first three numbers 763.
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Surveillance video shows the victim kicking her legs in protest.
'She was saying, "No, no, leave me alone".
The witness told CBS News: "I said, "Hey stop!" Witnesses described the man in the video only as Hispanic, standing approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds.
The first three numbers of the license plate were possibly "763".
Anyone with information on the man and woman in the video is being asked to contact 77th Area Detectives at 323-786-5447.