A scary situation was captured on surveillance footage and the Vancouver Police Department in the state of Washington is asking for the public’s help. They want to track down this man, woman, and white Mustang after they were involved in a disturbance back on October 29.
Watch a suspect sideswipe a police car in a bizarre chase.
People in a neighborhood near S. Leiser Rd and Hwy 14 called to report a domestic disturbance between the man and woman. At some point the man forced the woman into what certainly appears to be a New Edge Mustang. Then they took off before police arrived to sort things out.
Anytime we see a story where someone is forced into a vehicle against their will it concerns us. The most obvious conclusion is that it’s a kidnapping, but without any information about who these people are police have little to go on and can’t confirm anything.
The surveillance footage’s resolution is admittedly awful, or it’s zoomed in to the point everything starts pixelating to the point it’s almost like playing Minecraft in real life. But, as police point out, the white New Edge Mustang appears to be displaying dealer plates with the word “Power” or something very similar on them. That’s about the best clue in the low-res images.
We have readers all over the country and beyond, so we wanted to spread these images around. We know a lot of you recognize cars in your area, so maybe you’ve seen this one or know who these people are. If you do, the Vancouver Police Department in the state of Washington wants you to contact them.
Also, if you witness a situation like this, try getting all the information you can. If you have a newer smartphone with a camera, hopefully it’s better than this one, so use that to take video or photos to show police later.
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