Colorado Woman Calls Police While Locked in Her Car's Trunk

She told police that she was forced into her car's trunk by a stranger.

April 26, 2015, 1:51 PM

— -- A woman in Colorado called 911 from her own trunk after she says she was locked inside it by a stranger, police said.

"911 What's the address of your emergency?" the dispatcher said.

"I don't know," she replied. "I'm locked in a trunk."

The unidentified woman told police that someone kidnapped her from the Thompson Valley Towne Center parking lot in Loveland Thursday and then he locked her in the trunk of her car, Loveland police said.

"I went to get some dinner ... and someone came up to me and he had a gun," she told the dispatcher.

She said that she was forced to drive her attacker from the shopping center to Estes Park, more than 30 miles away, where he locked her in the trunk.

"He got out and you're not moving now?" the dispatcher asked.

"No," she said. "Is there anything I can do to get out?"

A team of 16 from Estes Park Police and Larimer County Sheriff's Office searched the area and ultimately discovered the car with the keys nearby, police said. The woman wasn't injured.

Officers couldn't locate a suspect, according to the Loveland police.

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