Two kidnappers forced a security guard into the trunk of her car before she was forced to release her ATM personal identification number and was sexually assaulted, Conyers police said Tuesday.
The two men released the woman late Monday, then drove off in her black BMW, according to Kim Lucas, spokeswoman for Conyers police. The woman was able to walk to a gas station on Klondike Road and call 911, Lucas said.
The security guard was seated in her car outside a film company around 11:30 p.m. when she was approached by two men with their faces covered, she told police. One man wore a black bandana around his face and the other wore a red bandana, according to police.
The two men forced the woman into the trunk of the BMW and drove around before forcing the woman to provide her ATM card and PIN, police said. At the Bank of America branch on West Avenue in Conyers, the men withdrew money from the woman’s account.
From the bank, the suspects drove to Johnson Park, where the men sexually assaulted the woman at gunpoint, Lucas said. The woman was released on Johnson Road and the suspects drove off in her vehicle toward Flat Shoals Road, police said.
Investigators are asking for the public’s help in finding the woman’s vehicle and the two suspects. The woman’s car is described as a black 2007 BMW 328i with a Texas license plate, police said.
Anonymous tips may be called in to Crime Stoppers at 404 577-TIPS or sent online at www.crimestoppersatlanta.org.
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