Police in Miami release surveillance video of a possible abduction

Video shows man abducting woman in Miami police say

Witnesses say the man from the car hit the woman about 20 times before forcing her into the car

On Sunday afternoon, authorities sent out an update, saying the woman had been found safe and in "good condition", though detectives will continue to investigate the case. But the suspect was still on the loose late Sunday night, reports CBS Miami.

This is shown on La Ceiba Tire Shop's surveillance video, released by Miami police as they request the public's help in finding the woman.

A woman went into an Allapattah tire shop Friday night to get away from a man who eventually hauled her out and forced her into his Nissan.

Witnesses said the woman tried to hide in a restroom.

Moments later, the man and woman emerged from the shop in a struggle.

She was visibly distressed when the male figure dragged her out of the workshop and into the White Nissan Altima.

A short time later a man pulls up.

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The witness said he saw the man beat her.

Anyone with any information can call 911.

'He was running over here. "He hit her like 20 more times with the door". So he put her on the driver's seat.

The witness described the "fighting and screaming" as disturbing, and believed the man was armed with a gun. She is described as being in her mid-20s to early 30s, and is between 5 feet 4 inches and 5 feet 8 inches tall. He continued and stated that "this is someone's daughter, this is someone's sister, someone's family member". "We need apprehend this individual".

Police said he may be armed and risky and urged the public to keep their distance if seen.

Anyone with info is asked to contact the City of Miami Police Robbery Unit at 305-603-6370 or our non-emergency number 305-579-611.

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