Tulsa woman said she was abducted after refusing to perform sex act

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TULSA, Okla. – A woman told police she was abducted after she refused to perform a sexual act in exchange for money over the weekend.

The woman called police around 3:15 a.m. Sunday, saying she had been abducted and had escaped, the Tulsa World reports.

She reportedly told police she was walking near 11th Street and Garnett Road when a Hispanic man in his late 20s, driving a gray Nissan Pathfinder approached her.

The woman said that the man asked her to perform a sex act for money, but she refused and walked away.

However, according to the Tulsa World, the woman said the man followed her and eventually forced her into his car.

The woman said she was held against her will.

She told police she was able to escape after punching the man in the face.

Police are still searching for the suspect.

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