Woman reportedly rode in car trunk to enter Fort Gordon


RICHMOND COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – Investigators have located the car and determined that no kidnapping has taken place.

Details released by investigators reveal that the woman willingly got into the trunk of the vehicle. She did so to gain entry to Fort Gordon, and visit a relative at Eisenhower Hospital.

Investigators say she did this because she did not have a State Identification card, which is required to enter Fort Gordon.

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RICHMOND COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – A woman was reportedly seen put into a car trunk and police are now searching for the vehicle.

The incident allegedly happened Thursday morning around 8:42 a.m. on Jimmy Dyess Parkway near Belair Dyess Self Storage.

Police say a black male and black female got out of a car and the female was put in the trunk by the male. The male suspect then got back into the car driving southbound on Jimmy Dyess Parkway.

The car is described as a black Chrysler 300.

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