Police release ‘disturbing’ video of woman being abducted in Miami

Video shows man abducting woman in Miami police say

Witnesses say the man from the car hit the woman about 20 times before forcing her into the car

The woman was abducted from 2345 NW 36 St.in Miami, Florida.

A man is seen getting out of the front seat before dragging her into the vehicle.

The Miami Police Department is reaching out for tips on the abduction of a woman captured on surveillance cameras.

Investigators told WSVN that the woman had told employees of the body shop to call 911 because she was trying to hide from a man she said was "going to kill" her.

A woman went into an Allapattah tire shop Friday night to get away from a man who eventually hauled her out and forced her into his Nissan.

One witness told CBS Miami the woman was hit dozens of times during the apparent abduction. "He hit her like 20 more times with the door".

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Detectives are following up on the investigation.

Police released the footage in a bid to find the victim, who they described as black woman in her mid 20s or early 30s, and between 5 ft 4 inches and 5 ft 8 inches tall. "We need apprehend this individual".

In the video, a man forces the woman inside a vehicle, possibly a 2015 or newer model Nissan Altima.

"This is someone's daughter, this is someone's sister, someone's family member", said Miami Police Commander Freddie Cruz.

"Anyone with info is asked to contact our Robbery Unit At 305.603.6370 or our non-emergency number 305.579.6111".

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