Police Seeking Man Who KIdnapped Philadelphia Woman From A Street


As the reward for the arrest and conviction of Carlesha Freeland-Gaither’s abductor rose to $47,000 yesterday, Philadelphia police said that her debit card had been used by an unknown man at a bank in Aberdeen, Md., Monday, less than nine hours after her abduction from a street, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. Police released two new videos related to the abduction: The first one more clearly shows the abductor grabbing the woman, and the second of a man in a gas station convenience store in Maryland.

The woman’s family said the abductor may have been a boy who was obsessed with Carlesha when she attended high school in Maryland. “There were some gray people in her past,” said Carlesha’s grandmother, Ana Mulero. “One in particular.” Carlesha, 22, was abducted by an unknown man just after 9:30 p.m. Sunday.

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