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Possible Kidnapping in Leimert Park Caught on Home Video Leaves Unanswered Questions

Leimert Park, Los Angeles—Police are asking for the communities help after a possible kidnapping in Leimert Park was captured on home surveillance video

In the video you can hear the terrified screams of a woman and a man saying “I’m sorry.”

A few moments later, a light colored Prius with a covered broken window, drove down the street with what appeared to be the woman inside.

Video: CBS Los Angeles

Police canvassed the community going door to door asking for information after the Ring doorbell footage was released.

The incident happened on Obama and 3rd Ave (the 3800 block) Tuesday Nov. 13 around 11:00 p.m. When police responded, they relayed finding no evidence of a kidnapping.

Read More: VIDEO: Woman screams for help during apparent kidnapping in South LA

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact LAPD detectives at 213-485-6570.

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