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Edmond police looking for leads after alleged abduction at woman’s apartment

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EDMOND, Okla. - It was a night of terror that started with a call for help from an Edmond woman.

Dispatcher: "Edmond 911, what's the location of your emergency?"

Victim: "My ex-boyfriend is trying to break in and kill me."

In the background, there's a pounding sound as the 911 operator tries to get more information.

The victim gives her exact location, and that's when police said her ex-boyfriend, Devin Dar-Kahn, kicked in the apartment door.

Police said the next thing that's heard during the call is what sounds like a struggle.

Just 40 seconds into the call is the last time we clearly hear the victim's voice.

Dispatchers: "Ma'am, can you hear me?"

The deafening sound of silence was an instant alarm to officers.

By the time police got to the apartment, it was empty.

They found the door kicked and signs of a struggle.

The victim later told police Dar-Kahn forced her from her apartment, leaving behind a double-bladed knife the victim said he used to threaten her before the kidnapping.

Somehow, the woman was able to make it back home the next morning and call for help.

Edmond police aren't the only ones looking for Dar-Kahn.

He's wanted out of Garfield County for domestic assault.

The Garfield County sheriff said Dar-Kahn is a fugitive and was making an appearance in court earlier this year for a bond violation when he sprinted out of the courtroom.

He took off in a car and has been on the run ever since.

His bond out of Garfield County has been increased to $250,000.

Dar-Kahn was last seen at the Chelsea Apartments near N.W. 122nd and Penn.