Doorbell camera shows Texas woman scared on door for help before she was dragged away and & # 39; abducted & # 39;

& # 39; No, please! & # 39 ;: Chilling Ring doorbell cam footage shows moment desperate woman pounded on door for help before she was dragged away and & # 39; abducted & # 39;

  • Woman was seen pounding at a Texas home and crying for help Tuesday 9:25 pm
  • She quickly hears the front door knocking as a man runs back and forth behind her
  • & # 39; Please stop. No, no, no, & she cries before being dragged away by the arms
  • You hear a man who says: & # 39; Get in the car & # 39; and the resident thinks he mentioned the gun
  • Resident's brother said on Facebook: & # 39; My sister was scared and she would have opened the door, it is impossible to say what that man would have done to get to her & # 39;
  • But the police no longer investigate it as a kidnapping after interviewing them
  • No charges were made on Wednesday and police told DailyMail.com that the woman, 23, knew the 20-year-old man in the clip and had a & # 39; misunderstanding & # 39; called

This is the chilling moment that a woman was seen as & # 39; kidnapped & # 39; after pounding at a house in Texas and calling for help on Tuesday night.

Images recorded by the Ring house bell camera at the Manor house at 9:25 p.m. had the woman knock on a front door quickly while a man could come running after her.

As he approached, she ran away from him, but he was too fast and grabbed her arms.

The woman may have been seen after being kidnapped at a Texas home and yelling for help on Tuesday night

The woman may have been seen after being kidnapped at a Texas home and yelling for help on Tuesday night

& # 39; Please stop. No, no, no, & she cried before being dragged away from the building on the 19200 block of Nathan Scott Way.

Her alleged abductor can be heard recommending her: & # 39; Get in the car. & # 39;

The police shared the black and white video of the incident on Wednesday morning with the help of the public. But a few hours later they reported the woman & # 39; of this incident was found and in good health & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Manor Police Department is still investigating the incidents. There is no threat to the public, & the police said in a statement.

Sergeant C. Struble told DailyMail.com that a phone call from the public helped them identify the people in the video, although he said he would not disclose their identity.

He added that the 23-year-old woman and the 20-year-old man knew each other.

& # 39; Please stop. No, no, no, she cries in the ring cam clip before being dragged away by the arms

& # 39; Please stop. No, no, no, she cries in the ring cam clip before being dragged away by the arms

& # 39; Please stop. No, no, no, she cries in the ring cam clip before being dragged away by the arms

The man can be heard: & # 39; Get in the car & # 39; but the police no longer investigate it as a kidnapping after finding and interviewing the couple. No costs were incurred on Wednesday

The man can be heard: & # 39; Get in the car & # 39; but the police no longer investigate it as a kidnapping after finding and interviewing the couple. No costs were incurred on Wednesday

The man can be heard: & # 39; Get in the car & # 39; but the police no longer investigate it as a kidnapping after finding and interviewing the couple. No costs were incurred on Wednesday

After conducting interviews with the two people involved, the authorities indicated that they do not appear to be in danger and that no charges have been filed.

The police said they were no longer investigating the incident as a kidnapping, but could not tell whether it was likely to have resulted in other accusations.

& # 39; The woman told us it was all a misunderstanding & # 39 ;, Struble added to DailyMail.com.

Investigators previously said they were concerned about women's safety and asked anyone with information about the incident to contact the authorities.

This change has prompted neighbors to wonder what happened.

& # 39; The video came from just outside my sister door and it doesn't matter what that guy needs to go to jail & # 39 ;, Crystal Snowden said on Facebook. & # 39; She was dragged through my sister's door.

& # 39; My sister was scared and she would have opened the door, it is impossible to say what that man would have done to get to her (sic).

& # 39; That woman clearly needed help, even if she was drunk or drunk, she doesn't deserve to be against her will. & # 39;

A woman posted online: & # 39; The video came from just outside my sister door and no matter what that guy needs to go to jail & # 39;

A woman posted online: & # 39; The video came from just outside my sister door and no matter what that guy needs to go to jail & # 39;

A woman posted online: & # 39; The video came from just outside my sister door and no matter what that guy needs to go to jail & # 39;

Crystal Snowden posted on Facebook: & # 39; My sister was scared and she would have opened the door, it is impossible to say what that man would have done to get to her & # 39;

Crystal Snowden posted on Facebook: & # 39; My sister was scared and she would have opened the door, it is impossible to say what that man would have done to get to her & # 39;

Crystal Snowden posted on Facebook: & # 39; My sister was scared and she would have opened the door, it is impossible to say what that man would have done to get to her & # 39;

The resident's sister believes he mentioned a gun in the video clip that left people with shivers

The resident's sister believes he mentioned a gun in the video clip that left people with shivers

The resident's sister believes he mentioned a gun in the video clip that left people with shivers

Snowden believes she has heard the man threaten with a weapon.

& # 39; If you listen carefully to the video, the man told her to get in the car before I got the gun. I have the original and thank goodness my sister has a camera on her doorbell, & # 39; Snowden added.

But Struble told DailyMail.com that he & # 39; over and over again & # 39; listened to the clip's audio and did not refer to it here.

Further details cannot be revealed pending investigation.

Contact Travis County Dispatch (after hours) 512-974-0845, Manor Police Department (office hours) 512-272-8177 or email police@cityofmanor.org with all information.

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