Wanted: Men suspected of kidnapping woman on lunch break
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. -- The Federal Way Police Department is looking for two men suspected of kidnapping a woman on her lunch break and forcing her to drive them around before finally robbing her.
According to police, the victim was leaving the Commons Mall in Federal Way, where she had taken her lunch break, around 12:15 p.m. Oct. 4.
As she was walking back to her car, a man came up to her and said he had a gun and a bomb, according to police.
The man reportedly forced the victim to drive him around, eventually meeting up with a second man.
According to police, the victim pleaded for her life and offered to withdraw cash from a nearby bank.
The victim took out $1,000 while the men waited in the car and gave it to them, according to police. The men also reportedly stole the victim's diamond ring before walking off and ending the ordeal.
The first man is described as a 30-year-old, light-skinned black man, approximately 6 feet tall and 200 pounds. He had a foreign, possibly Kenyan, accent and a gap between his front teeth.
The second man is described as a 30-year-old black man, shorter than the first and with a gold front tooth.
According to the Federal Way Police Department, the victim waited five hours before reporting the crime. Information on the crime was not released until today because it took several weeks to complete sketches of the suspects while police investigated and attempted to find surveillance video of the crime.