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Posted: 6:53 a.m. Thursday, July 19, 2012
FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. —
A teenager says she was able to outsmart a man who was trying to kidnap her.Eighteen-year-old Jennifer Nguyen told Channel 2’s Eric Philips she was jogging last week along Camford Stone Path in Fayetteville around 12:30 p.m. when a man pulled his car in front of her.“He reached out his passenger window, told me to get into the car. First thing I thought about was to run,” Nguyen said.Nguyen said she was clutching her cellphone, yelling, “Someone is following me,” while pretending to have police on the line.“When I started running, I thought I might get shot,” Nguyen said.But instead, the man drove off.Police want to keep another incident from happening and they’re hoping someone recognizes a composite sketch of the man.Nguyen said the man spoke broken English and had disheveled, thick, bushy hair and a full beard.“I wouldn’t want anybody else to go through that,” Nguyen said.Police said the man was driving a four-door Toyota or Honda with red chipped paint.
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