Sheriff’s deputies in Arizona rescued a kidnapped woman after she handed a desperate note for help to a gas station customer.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that the unnamed woman passed a note to a customer at a Chevron gas station Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Seligman, which included her name and a plea for someone to call 911, saying she was kidnapped.
Deputies say the note also included a description of the van she was in, a phone number, and said she was being taken to Kingman and Las Vegas.
The customer then called 911 and deputies with the sheriff’s office responded, with the customer telling them the van “had just left westbound on I-40.” Officials said the customer also provided clothing descriptions for both the man and woman.
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2023-08-26 18:34:00 , Elfrida Arizona – Vivrr Local