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Woman allegedly kidnapped in Clarksville

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CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Clarksville Police say they responded to a report of a kidnapping around 4:30 AM Sunday morning.

A man called Police to a Concord Drive address, saying that his girlfriend had been kidnapped. He claims he received texts from her telling him that she had been forced into a black SUV and was being held against her will. He also says she continued to send texts telling him her whereabouts during the entire incident.  

After finally calling Police, the 35 year old female was located in the area of Elberta Drive and Orchard Rd around 6:21 AM.

The woman told Detective Andy Hurst with Clarksville Police that she was allegedly kidnapped at gunpoint by two men.

The suspects are described by the victim as: a heavy white male with a grayish unshaven beard and a black male who had a knife and was approximately 6'0 and 180lbs. She described the black SUV's tail lights as having square lenses with round lights on the inside of them and thought it could have been a Ford Explorer.

The victim says she first saw the suspects in the area of Orchard Rd. and Armistead Dr. where they forced her into the vehicle by threatening to shoot her. She told Detective Hurst that she was driven around for a while and then the white male got out of the vehicle in the area of Blackberry Place and Cherry Tree Drive.

The victim claims the black male opened the rear door of the SUV and attempted to take her pants off, but the she was able to fight him off, escape, and call Police.  She said that the black male should have a scratch or cut on his face.

Police say the  victim had some cuts, but was not seriously injured. 

The lead investigator is Detective Andy Hurst.  Anyone with information is asked to please call 931-645-8477.

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