Police searching for info in possible kidnapping
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police are investigating a possible kidnapping near Roosevelt Middle School.
Officers were called to Roosevelt Middle School at S.W. 44th and Independence just after 2 p.m. Sunday.
Police said a silver Dodge Intrepid was at the red light while driving westbound on S.W. 44th St/ at Independence, when a man jumped out of the car and ran.
The front seat passenger then jumped out and chased the victim.
He was able to get the man back in the car.
Just up the street at Roosevelt, the man jumped out again.
This time, the front seat passenger put something over the man’s head and put him in the trunk of the car.
The man police said was possibly abducted is described as a Hispanic male between 16 and 18 years old, between 5′ 7″ and 5′ 9″ with a medium build and short hair.
He was wearing royal blue pants and a dark shirt.
The front seat passenger is said to be a Hispanic male between 20 and 25 years old, around 6′ 0″ tall with a skinny build and was clean cut.
He was wearing a black leather coat and dark blue jeans.
The driver of the vehicle never got out and is described as a Hispanic or Native American male with a red shirt.
Oklahoma City Police said they do not know if a crime has been committed but they said they want to speak with individuals involved.
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