Camden Co. Police Want Public's Help In Nabbing Kidnap Suspects

Police Want Public's Help In Nabbing Camden Kidnap Suspects

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CAMDEN, N.J. -

Police in Camden are looking for two male suspects who they say tried to abduct a woman by stuffing her into a trash can.

The incident happened on Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m., according to police. The suspects, based on surveillance, have been identified as two black males, standing 5'10'' and 6'0" and dressed in dark robes.

Police say that they entered the Zoujati Salon on the 100 block of N. 6th street and threatened the lone female employee in there with a weapon. Then, police say, they put her into a trash can. The two suspects then fled in a van, police say. Surveillance shows one of the suspects running by a school bus before his co-conspirator picked him up in the van.

The van is described as a white 2009 Chevrolet Express 1500 cargo van with tinted windows and Pennsylvania license plates JLJ 6784.

Police want anyone with information to please contact them at (856) 757-7042. All photos are attached.

The victim is okay, say police. No details were provided on how she escaped after being stuffed in the trash can.

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