Santa Fe College Dealing With Student's Kidnapping
It was another day of class for Santa Fe College students. But the look and feel were far from normal. Extra police are on hand questioning everyone who comes near the parking lot where an 18-year-old student was kidnapped at gunpoint and forced into a small black pick-up truck with dark-tinted windows Thursday afternoon. Police describe the suspect as a darker-skinned man possibly middle eastern or hispanic with an unshaven face and close cut hair.
He was wearing a dark hoodie and jeans and has a tattoo on his right hand.
The victim escaped unharmed after jumping out the truck when it slowed down.
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