A 16-year-old girl was abducted from the street and subsequently escaped yesterday in Chicago.
Details appear limited. As reported by ABC7 in a story today titled “Police: Teen abducted, released near Jefferson Park station” :
Chicago police are investigating after a 16-year-old girl was abducted.
It happened Thursday about 8 a.m. as the girl got off a bus on Belmont headed toward Notre Dame High School. She told police that a man in burgundy-colored car tried talking to her, then forced her into the car and locked the doors.
She said the man let her out near the Jefferson Park station where she called police. She was taken to Our Lady of Resurrection Medical Center, where she was treated and released.
Another slightly different version on the same incident (in which the girl is said to have escaped from the car after a struggle with the man) can be seen at the Chicago Tribune story of September 30 titled “16-year-old girl abducted, escapes near Jefferson Park.”