Third suspect surrenders in Univ. of Toledo student kidnapping case

Nicholas Henry Martinez remains at large.

A third suspect has turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest in connection with the kidnapping of a University of Toledo student.

Blake Long, 21, of Toledo, was being sought by Bowling Green Police for his role in the Aug. 18 kidnapping and robbery of a Chinese student from the Univ. of Toledo.

According to Bowling Green Police, the student, a 20-year-old Toledo man, replied to an online message on Aug. 17 asking if he would like to go to Cedar Point. The next morning, around 10:30 a.m., the student was picked up near his home by Long and three accomplices. The victim was driven to Bowling Green, robbed, and driven back to Toledo before being released by his captors.

Long's sister, Brittany, and Hui Zhang, both of Toledo, have also been arrested and are charged with aggravated robbery and kidnapping. A fourth suspect, Nicholas Henry Martinez, 19, remains at large.

Like his sister, and Zhang, before him, Long turned himself in to authorities in Bowling Green after media reports of his arrest warrant were made public.

Martinez is considered to be armed and dangerous. If you know of his whereabouts you are asked to contact your local law enforcement agency.