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Teen tells Cleveland Police he was kidnapped from school

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Cleveland Police are investigating after a 13-year-old boy says he was kidnapped from Holy Name School at 8326 Broadway Avenue around 7:55 Tuesday morning.

The victim says he was dropped off by his mother when he was approached by a male who grabbed him from behind and dragged him  to a vehicle.

He was forced into the back seat of the vehicle and forced to ingest drugs at knife point. 

The suspect left the scene with him in the rear seat of the vehicle and traveled northbound on Broadway. 

In the area of Broadway and Union he found a beer bottle on the rear floorboard of the vehicle and threw it at the suspect. The bottle broke on the steering wheel which allowed the victim to escape through the rear door. 

The victim then fled to a relative's home.

The suspect was driving an older model Chevy, dark green, 4 door. 

The suspect is described as a B/M,  5'9", 200 lbs, muscular build, unkown age, low hair cut, wearing a red Chicago Bulls baseball cap with Bull's logo on the front, beige cargo pants, black zip up jacket, dirty gym shoes that were grey, white and red in color.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers.

 

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