& # 39; Abduction Alert! & # 39 ;: Mother's terrifying warning after her daughter, 19, was dragged into a car by strangers when she left a bar late at night
- Teen girl, 19, avoids kidnapping after two men try to drag her into their car
- Ayla Sugden was rescued by two young men in the neighborhood who heard her screaming for help
- Sugden & # 39; s mother posted on FB and warned others: & be aware that these things happen & # 39;
- The police are investigating the incident and viewing CCTV images
A teenage girl narrowly avoided being abducted after being dragged into a car by two abductors before being rescued by two young men passing by.
Ayla Sugden, 19, waited for her sister to pick her up just after noon on Saturday in Maroochydore, on the Sunshine Coast, when the kidnapping attempt took place.
Sugden's mother, Cindy Sugden, detailed the incident in a Facebook post and described it as & # 39; the fear of every parent & # 39 ;.
& # 39; While Ayla waited, a car drove in … two men grabbed her and dragged her into the car, & # 39; she said.
Ayla Sugden (photo) narrowly avoided being abducted after two men tried to drag her in when she waited to be picked up by her sister after a night out in Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast
Sugden (photo) was almost in the car & # 39; pulled before she was helped by two young men who had fought her attackers and saved her
Sugden said that although her daughter fought hard & # 39; she & # 39; overwhelmed & # 39; was and & # 39; almost in the car & # 39; was before help came from two young men walking in the neighborhood.
& # 39; Her screams for help and shouts warned a few young guys who were running in the neighborhood running to prevent her from fending off her attackers and pulling her out of the car in a battle boat. & # 39;
The two attackers ran away and the two men brought the nineteen-year-old to the nearest police station and submitted a report, although no details about the license plate of the car could be given.
& # 39; Unfortunately, it happened so quickly that no license plate or robust descriptions could be given, but I will be informed of possible video images tomorrow, & # 39; Sugden said.
Cindy Sugden posted on Facebook (photo) about the attempted kidnapping of her daughter, Ayla, in the early hours of Saturday morning
Sugden's mother, Cindy Sugden (photo) posted details of the incident on her Facebook page and called on others & # 39; please share this with your children, share the message, remind your daughters that these things happen when you do it least expected & # 39;
Sugden said Cindy finally arrived home at the family's house at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday.
The mother from Caloundra, in the Sunshine Coast region, said she shared the post on her Facebook page to remind people to always stay alert.
& # 39; I share this because Ayla was lucky, I have told my daughter so many times that he always has a friend with you, always be alert. & # 39;
& # 39; Please share this with your children, share the message, remind your daughters that these things happen when you least expect it, & # 39; she said.
The post, which was shared in the early hours of Saturday morning, has received more than two thousand shares and hundreds of responses.
A Queensland police spokesperson said he is still investigating the incident, and will look for possible information through CCTV images from the area.
Ayla Sugden was ready to be picked up by her sister after a night out in the Ocean Street district, in Maroochydore, just after noon on Saturday, when the near-abduction took place
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