Police in College Station say a woman is missing, believed to have been violently kidnapped by her boyfriend.
According to authorities, just before 11 p.m. Saturday night, Angel Dawn-Cudd Carpenter was riding in a friend's vehicle in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart on Brothers. That's when another car blocked that car in the lot.
The driver of the car in which Carpenter was riding told police that Carpenter's boyfriend was driving the blocking vehicle. He reportedly got out, came to Carpenter's window, and told her to get out and come with him.
The witness says when Carpenter refused, her boyfriend smashed the passenger window, opened the door and grabbed Carpenter by the hair. She was reportedly dragged across the parking lot to her boyfriend's car, where she was thrown in the car.
As the boyfriend was driving away, the witness tells police Carpenter was being punched.
The suspect's vehicle is described as a tan or gold, four-door Mazda of a late 1990's model. Authorities say it may be a Mazda 626.
Carpenter is a white female standing 5'8" and weighing 185 pounds. She has blue eyes and long, light brown hair, according to police.
No description of the wanted man was available.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Carpenter or the suspect wanted in her kidnapping, you're asked to call College Station Police at 764-3600.
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