Police Agencies Working Together To Solve Kidnapping Case

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BELTON (January 9, 2014) Belton and Waco police are working together to try to solve a kidnapping that started in Belton and ended with the victim being dropped off the next day on Valley Mills Drive in Waco.

The victim had just gotten off work at about 10:30 p.m. on January 3 at Jakes Chinese Buffet, at 520 E. 6th Street, in Belton when he was approached by two Hispanic men in an older model blue compact car.

The passenger in the car got out and pulled a handgun, robbed the victim and forced him into the car’s trunk at gunpoint, Belton police said.

The victim reported to police the car made several stops but continued to drive around for several hours before he was finally released at about 7 a.m. in the 1200 block of Valley Mills Drive, in Waco.

The victim was not harmed, police said.

The victim described the passenger as Hispanic, 25- to 30-years-old, 5-feet, 8-inches to 5-feet, 10 inches tall, with black hair cut in a Mohawk style, brown eyes with tattoos on both arms, including one that depicts the face of a woman.

When last seen the suspect was wearing a light brown tee shirt, baggie blue jeans and a black jacket. He was also wearing a thick gold chain around his neck.

The driver was only described as a Hispanic male and the car he was driving is an older model blue compact vehicle with a broken passenger window that has been covered with plastic and tape.