Goodyear police seek info on suspicious incident

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 7/26/20

The Goodyear Police Department seeks information from the public after a man forced a woman inside a vehicle.

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Goodyear police seek info on suspicious incident

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The Goodyear Police Department seeks information from the public after a man forced a woman inside a vehicle.

Around 2 a.m. Saturday, July 25,  Goodyear police was contacted by a local business regarding a suspicious incident that occurred in front of their building and was captured on their security cameras near Litchfield Road and Interstate 10.

In the video, a female, possibly Hispanic, was seen walking along Litchfield as a vehicle followed her while traveling through a business parking lot. A male driver exited the vehicle, approached the female on the sidewalk, grabbed her from behind, and lifted her off the ground as she resisted him, police said. The male carried the female to the vehicle and placed her in the front passenger seat, and then drove away.

The vehicle appeared to be a black 4-door hatchback, unknown make or model.

Anyone with information on the incident can call 833-468-3615.

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