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Video shows struggle, possible kidnapping at gas station

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PHOENIX -

Silent Witness wants your help in solving a possible kidnapping case.

It happened Tuesday, March 19, about 11 p.m. at an AM/PM at 4245 W. Bethany Home Road.

The victim, an adult Hispanic male, entered the store to get coins for the outside tire air machine. After going outside, he threw the coins at the ground toward a 4-door silver or gray Volkswagen Jetta, for an unknown reason.

The victim began talking to the driver of the Jetta, and possibly others inside the car as he stood outside next to the open passenger door.

The victim turned to walk away, but someone inside the car grabbed him around the waist and forced him inside the car. He continued to struggle as the Jetta drove away.

A witness saw the vehicle swerve as it drove eastbound on Bethany Home Road.

Anyone with information on the victim or the suspect is asked to call police. A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered.

TIPLINE: 480-WITNESS or 1-800-343-TIPS

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