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Police release sketch and surveillance images of man suspected of Greenwood abduction

What do you think? Comments Off June 23, 2011 at 10:54AM

Early Tuesday morning (June 21, 2011), a young woman was abducted while walking with a friend in the Greenwood neighborhood. She was later left by her abductors on a north Green Lake street.

According to the SPD Blotter, the women were walking in the 9700 block of Dayton Ave N just before 1 a.m. when two Hispanic males in their 20s appeared from a darkened corner of the street.

One of the woman was abducted by the two men, who took her from the scene in a vehicle. They were heading southbound.

The woman was located at 2:30 a.m. in north Green Lake, about one and a half miles from where she was abducted, in the 7900 block of Densmore Ave N.

According to an interview with the victim’s mother that KIRO aired last night, the abductors “just kicked her out of the car,” on the Green Lake street after beating and raping her.

This morning, police released a sketch of one of the suspects, as well as still images of one of the suspects taken from a surveillance camera inside a Shoreline convenience store:

More surveillance images can be viewed here.


According to KIRO, the abductors were driving a dark grey four-door sedan which was mid-sized, such as a Saturn. Police say the vehicle had Washington plates that may contain the letters L and R and the number 4.

Anyone with any information about this crime is asked to contact the Seattle Police Department’s Sexual Assault Unit at (206) 684-5575.

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