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Woman: Abducted, raped outside of Tyler

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TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH (KYTX) - A woman says she was abducted while walking down a Tyler street and then taken into woods outside of town and raped.

TONIGHT THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES.

JOINING US FROM OUR NEWS PARTNERS AT THE TYLER PAPER IS DANNY MOGLE.

DANNY WHAT INFORMATION DO POLICE HAVE IN THIS CASE?

The victim is a 30 year old woman.

She says that about 5:30 Tuesday afternoon she was walking down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard when a pick up truck pulled up beside her and two men forced her inside the truck.

WHERE DID THEY TAKE HER.?

She says they drove her to a wooded area about mile north of Loop 323.

And then beat her mercilessly and sexually assaulted her.

We're told that after the men drove off, she was able to stumble out of the wood and flag down a passing motorist who called for help.

DO POLICE HAVE SUSPECTS?

The woman says her attackers were two Hispanic men about 30 to 40 years old who both had moustaches.

And that they were in a green extended cab Ford pickup truck.

This alleged abduction occurred on a busy street during a very busy time of day. Police hope someone may have seen something and can give them more information to work with.

FOR A MORE COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE SUSPECTS, SEE THE STORY ON TYLERPAPER.COM.

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