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      Toledo woman wanted for allegedly abducting Chinese student

      The vehicle used in the kidnapping is a teal 1994 Olds Cutlass convertible with Ohio plate FYD1972.

      A chinese student has reported to Bowling Green police that he was kidnapped, robbed, and threatened at knifepoint Sunday after planning a trip to Cedar Point.

      According to Bowling Green Police, the 20-year-old Toledo man replied to an online message on Aug. 17 asking if he would like to go to the Sandusky amusement park. The next morning, around 10:30 a.m., the student was picked up near his Toledo home by a white female driving a teal-colored Oldsmobile convertible.

      An Asian femiale and a white male were also in the vehicle with the driver. The group drove to a second location in Toledo, picked up a black male, and proceeded to a vacant house in Bowling Green. There, the victim reports he was led inside and robbed at knifepoint of his wallet and cell phone. His debit card was used at a B.G. business before the victim and his abductors got back in the car and headed north.

      The victim told police he was then taken to the Econo Lodge, E. Mall Dr., in Holland, where he was held while his abductors called his family in China demanding ransom.

      At 6 p.m. Sunday, the victim was released and threatened with death if he reported the crime.

      The victim told police that the Asian female in the group told him she had been adbucted on Friday. Her identity and whereabouts are unknown, according to B.G. Police.

      An investigation revealed the female driver to be Brittany J. Long of Toledo. She is described as a white female, 5'3" tall, 170 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. She currently has warrants for robbery and kidnapping.

      The vehicle Long was driving is described as a teal 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible with Ohio plates - FYD 1972.

      Long and her alleged accomplices are considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Long or the vehicle you are asked to notify your local law enforcement agency immediately.