Possible abduction in Fayetteville turns out to be domestic dispute
Witnesses believed they saw a woman being abducted on Tuesday when a man forced her into a vehicle after she refused. Using help from the public and surveillance footage, Fayetteville police discovered it was a domestic dispute, not an abduction.
CASE OF COVID-19. THE COURTHOUSE IS SET TO REOPEN NOVEMBER 9. >>> FAYETTEVILLE POLICE ARE LOOKING INTO THE POSSIBLE ABDUCTION OF A WOMAN WHO WAS FORCED INTO THE BACK OF A CAR. THIS HAPPENED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON IN THE 100 BLOCK OF PERSSON STREET. GILBERT? >> Reporter: WE DO HAVE SOME NEW INFORMATION HERE. WE WERE SENT TO TELL YOU THIS STORY AND EXPLAIN WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY, BUT POLICE JUST CONTACTED US AND TOLD US THEY WERE ABLE TO LOCATE THE WOMAN AND MAN, AND EVERYTHING IS OKAY. LET ME SHOW YOU THE VIDEO THAT HELPED LEAD TO THE RESOLUTION. THIS HAPPENED HERE ON THE 100 BLOCK OF PERSSON STREET. WE HAD A VEHICLE THAT LOOKS LIKE A GOLD COLOR BUICK CENTURY SPEEDING OFF FROM THE SCENE. WHAT WE WERE TOLD THAT A PASSERBY NOTICED A WOMAN BEING FORCED IN THE BACK OF THE VEHICLE. IT WAS A RENTAL CAR. THEY TRACKED DOWN THE RENTAL CAR COMPANY. THEY WERE ABLE TO FIND THE MAN AND WOMAN. THEY FOUND OUT THIS WAS A DOMESTIC DISPUTE AND NO ONE WANTED TO PRESS ANY CHARGES, SO FAYETTEVILLE POLICE ARE CLOSING THE CASE ON THIS. WE THOUGHT WE WOULD LET YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED, BECAUSE IT WAS ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES. THERE WAS NO DISPUTE, AND