Police investigating possible kidnapping in St. Charles County - KMOV.com

Police investigating possible kidnapping in St. Charles County

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By Lakisha Jackson By Lakisha Jackson

(KMOV)-- Police are investigating after a possible kidnapping in St. Charles County.

Authorities were told that two sisters were kidnapped at gunpoint around 10 p.m. Monday at the Park Ashwood Apartment Complex. The victims said the suspects knew the 29-year-old victim worked at The Currency Exchange at 5854 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive.  The suspects said they wanted money from the store.  The victims were put in two different vehicles, one being the suspect vehicle and the other being a vehicle that belonged to a relative of the victims.  The suspects then drove the victims to The Currency Exchange. Once at The Currency Exchange, one victim was forced to unlock the doors to the business and the suspects took cash and lottery tickets from the store. 

Authorities said both victims were then driven by the suspects to an alley in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood, where the suspects left the car that belonged to the family member of the victims as well as the keys to that vehicle.  They let the victims out, then the three suspects drove away in the suspect vehicle.  The victims retrieved the keys to their relatives’ vehicle, got into the vehicle and then drove to the Pine Lawn Police Department to report the crime. 
The suspects were described as:
Suspect #1: Black male, 20-25 years old, 5’8”-5’10”, dark complexion, husky build, low haircut, clean-shaven, wearing a light colored print shirt with jeans
Suspect #2: Black male, 20-25 years old, 5’5”-5’7”, medium complexion, slim build, low haircut, large eyes, wearing a white t-shirt, dark jeans and a ski mask.
Suspect #3 Black male in his teens, 5’3”-5’5”, medium complexion, slim build, low haircut, clean shaven, wearing jeans
The suspects were driving a 2-door gray Pontiac Grand Prix with tinted windows, a temporary tag and a rear license plate cover which states “Allen Motors.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-TIPS.



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