New Leads in Videotaped Philadelphia Abduction

PHOTO: A woman is seen being abducted from a Philadelphia street in this photo from a video released by the Philadelphia Police Department.PlayPhiladelphia Police Department
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Police investigating the videotaped abduction of a woman off of a Philadelphia street said that they have new leads including a surveillance photo of a man who used the woman's bank card and new footage of the abduction

Police released their new leads in the startling kidnapping as the family of Carlesha Freeland-Gaither broke down.

Her mother pleaded through tears, "Please give me my child back. Please give her back, please give her back, please give her back."

A reward totaling $42,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the abduction case. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter approved $10,000 on Monday and another $5,000 was approved by the Fraternal Order of Police today.

Police told ABC News that they believe they will be able to wrap up the case quickly.

PHOTO: Police said the ATM card was used at a PNC bank in Maryland. Philadelphia police have not identified the man in the pictures as a suspect. Philadelphia Police Department
Police said the ATM card was used at a PNC bank in Maryland. Philadelphia police have not identified the man in the pictures as a suspect.

The woman's bank card was used at 6 a.m. Monday at a bank in Aberdeen, Maryland, about 70 miles south of Philadelphia. Police said they have surveillance video of the withdrawal and that it was made by a man wearing dark clothes.

A man used an abducted womans ATM card hours after she was taken. Philadelphia police have not identified the man in the pictures as a suspect. Philadelphia Police Department
A man used an abducted woman's ATM card hours after she was taken. Philadelphia police have not identified the man in the pictures as a suspect.

Freeland-Gaither, 22, was grabbed off the street at 9:40 p.m. Sunday while walking in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Video of the attack shows Freeland-Gaither being wrestled down the sidewalk, falling to the ground just outside her assailant's car and then being forced into his car, which police believe is a 2000-2002 gray Ford Taurus.

Police told ABC News today that there is footage from a second angle of the attack that they are analyzing for clues.

PHOTO: Philadelphia police are searching for Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, who was abducted while walking on a Philadelphia street on Nov. 2, 2014.Philadelphia Police Department
Philadelphia police are searching for Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, who was abducted while walking on a Philadelphia street on Nov. 2, 2014.

Witnesses said that after Freeland-Gaither was forced into the back of the car, they heard the car door shut and then heard breaking glass. Police believe the victim kicked out the rear window of the car in her desperation. Her glasses and cell phone were found on the street.

Police said that they do not know whether Freeland-Gaither knew her attacker.

"There is no indication either way. She never said a name," said Chief Inspector Dennis Wilson. Police did not release the audio of the surveillance video.

The video that recorded a the kidnapping also caught on tape a car that pulled up and stopped, pointing its headlights at the man struggling to get the abducted woman into his car, and then slowly backing away.

Police said today they have interviewed the driver of the car who came upon the Sunday night kidnapping of Carlesha Freeland-Gaither.

As she struggles with her attacker, a dark sedan is seen turning onto the street. The car stops, pauses, and then slowly backs up before the video ends.

Philadelphia police told ABC News today that the driver was a witness and had been interviewed by police.

A second person seen running in the video has also been interview by police, Wilson said.

Police are asking anyone with information to call the Philadelphia Police Department's Northwest Detective Division at 215-548-4756. On Monday the Philadelphia police department asked the FBI for help in solving the case.