Surveillance video shows woman fighting off male abductor in Aurora

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AURORA, Colo. -- Aurora police are searching for two suspects and their vehicle in connection with an attempted kidnapping that happened last week. They're asking for the public's help.

A woman told police that at 11:20 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 she had parked her car and was walking to a bar in the 1600 block of S. Chambers Rd. when two men in a small white car pulled up to her.

The driver asked her for directions. The victim says she started to provide directions with the passenger got out of the car, approached her from behind, and tried to put a towel over her mouth.

She fought back and knocked him to the ground. She ran inside the bar and called police.

A picture of the suspect vehicle from a surveillance camera appears with this story.

Police have limited suspect descriptions.
Driver: White or Hispanic male, clean-cut, 22-30 years old
Passenger: White or Hispanic male, 5'6"-5'9" tall, 22-30 years old, clean-shaven, short hair

Aurora police say they have no reason to believe this case is connected to any other incidents and they believe it is an isolated event.

Anyone with information can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867).

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