Los Angeles Police Department patrol car. Photo by John Schreiber.
Los Angeles Police Department patrol car. Photo by John Schreiber.

A woman dragged from a Highland Park doughnut shop Dec. 20 by an unknown man was found in good condition Monday, Los Angeles police said.

Police did not say who the woman was, how she was found or if anyone was arrested.

Police asked for the public’s help in finding the woman after someone reported an apparent abduction in the 5600 block of York Boulevard.

The woman was dropped off by someone driving a gray or silver SUV and walked into the doughnut shop, police said. She ordered coffee, then sent what appeared to be text messages or emails from her smartphone, police said.

Moments later, the woman left the business and started walking toward Avenue 56, when the same SUV that dropped her off pulled alongside and a man got out and started arguing with her, police said.

The woman ran back into the doughnut shop, but the man who had been driving the SUV followed her and  forced her to get inside the SUV, police said.

City News Service

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