Another Thwarted Abduction, This Time by Good Samaritans
Last week, a woman broke free of a would-be kidnapper and snapped some (incredibly creepy) photos of her assailant. This week, another abduction was stopped in its tracks, only by a pair of Good Samaritans.
City News Service reports that a 19-year-old woman was taking a shortcut through an alley on her way home on Friday in Fullerton when she noticed that a black car had followed her. As she continued walking, a man jumped out of the passenger side, grabbed her, and tried to drag her back to the car where the driver was waiting.
But he didn't make it far -- a man and woman stepped in to rescue the girl, with the man breaking the grip of the would-be kidnapper and the woman ushering the victim to safety.
The victim called police later, but authorities are hoping to hear from the Good Samaritans as well, as the suspects are still at large. Anyone with info can call (714) 738-6753.