Woman breaks free from abductor near SDSU

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SAN DIEGO — A man grabbed a 20-year-old woman and tried to pull her toward a car near San Diego State University, but she broke free and ran away, police said.

SDSU CrimeAccording to the SDSU Police Department, “The suspect grabbed the young woman’s arm and leg and attempted to pull her as she walked in the south alley in the 5600 block of Montezuma Road shortly before 3 a.m.”

“He did not use a weapon,” police said.

According to police, “The woman got away uninjured.”

“The suspect then drove toward Campanile Drive in a black four-door BMW or Volkswagen sedan,” police said.

Police described the suspect as Asian, in his mid-20s, and tall with spiked hair. He was wearing a white shirt, light-colored jeans and glasses with black frames.

Police asked anyone with information to call the San Diego Police Department at 619-531-2900, or Crime Stoppers at 619-235-8477.

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