NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police say a woman they were searching for has been found safe and unharmed.
Initially police said they were searching for a woman who may have been abducted at a City MD in Auburndale, Queens.READ MORE: Anti-Violence Advocates Rally In Harlem Following Death Of 10-Year-Old Boy On Saturday
The initial report from police said the woman was unlocking the door of the City MD where she works when she was apparently abducted by her husband.
It happened around 7:15 a.m. at 191st Street and Northern Boulevard.
The victim is 28. Her name and description have not been released.READ MORE: Despite More Sexual Harassment Accusers Coming Forward, Gov. Cuomo Says Again He Has No Plans To Resign
The woman reportedly had domestic abuse issues with the suspect in the past.
Police were looking for a black Mercedes with Florida license plates NLC095.
Police are now speaking with the woman and her husband. The investigation is continuing.
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