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Student Was In Tears As She Ran To The Police Car Screaming For Help After She Was Kidnapped
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A student called Rachel Stephenson ran to safety after she was kidnapped in her own car by a man who jumped into her car at a gas station as she was filing up her car. After 150 miles into the kidnapping the man stopped at a gas station and that’s where Rachel took her chance and ran out of the car, she saw a police car and ran towards it screaming for help. Rachel didn’t think that leaving her car unlocked for a few minutes while paying for her gas would lead into a nightmare.

Police warn people to lock their cars when they are pumping their car with gas as anyone could be watching and waiting to take their chance on a car burglary.

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