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Man allegedly ties woman to chair, steals her car

SPOTSYLVANIA, VA (WWBT) – The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office is investigating an alleged abduction and robbery.

On Friday at approximately 11 p.m., a 59-year-old female stated she was approached by a black male while she was walking her dog in the area of 6200 block of Forest Glen Drive, located in Piedmont Hill Subdivision. 

According to police, the woman stated that the suspect approached her with a gun and told her to be quiet.  The suspect escorted her inside her residence and bound her to a chair.  The suspect left the residence after taking the victims cell phone and car keys. 

The victim was able to free herself and call 911. The victim quickly realized the suspect also stole her 2006 Honda CR-V, silver in color bearing Virginia registration XTT-1991.  The victim only suffered a small cut on her finger from freeing herself from the restraints. 

The suspect is described as a black male 19-25 years old, dark skin, thin build, wearing a red bandana on his face, dark hooded sweat shirt, dark  jeans that were pulled down revealing red checkered boxer shorts. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office.

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