Police look for suspect who woman says kidnapped her near CU campus

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BOULDER, Colo. -- Police in Boulder are looking for an armed kidnapper who attacked a woman near the University of Colorado campus.

A student said she was kidnapped late last week off campus. She said she was walking alone when she was attacked and thrown into a car.

She fought back and remained calm.

"Then (the attacker) showed me his gun and just said to let me do what I want to ... and you can leave and I just kept saying your not going to ruin my life, your not going to do this to me," the student said.

A few days later, a group of women were approached by several men in a car. When the women refused their advances, the suspects allegedly displayed a gun.

The incidents took place less than a mile from each other near University Hill.

Drawing of suspect in Oct. 4 incident in Boulder

The Boulder Police Department said the incidents could be connected.

Investigators are hoping a sketch of the suspect in the kidnapping case will help them make an arrest.

Detectives are also providing a photo of a car similar to the one used in the second incident involving the women.

The suspects involved in the kidnapping are described as white males ages 18 to 22. The driver had shoulder-length blonde curly hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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