Vallejo police interview kidnapped woman's boyfriend

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Police are asking for the public's help to find a Vallejo woman kidnapped for ransom.

VALLEJO, Calif. (KGO) -- Vallejo police are asking for the public's help in locating 29-year-old Denise Huskins who was reportedly kidnapped for ransom. She was first reported to be 30-years-old, but police now say she will turn 30 in July.

Vallejo police held a news conference Tuesday morning to provide an update on the mystery kidnapping case.

Police say Huskins was kidnapped from her home on Mare Island early Monday morning. They have been guarded with their information but they say her boyfriend told them she was kidnapped for ransom. He called police several hours after she disappeared, but police have not explained why it took him so long to report the crime.

Police are interviewing her boyfriend, but they don't consider him a suspect or a person of interest.

They say they found her car, a white 2000 Toyota Camry with a California license plate of 4GQA436, which they believe was taken from the block where she was abducted. Police will not disclose where the car was found.

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Police are using search dogs around her neighborhood Tuesday to search for Huskins and they are asking the public to help.

Some of her neighbors are quite scared and are having a hard time sleeping.

For this investigation the Vallejo Police Department requested help from the FBI and the Solano County Office of Emergency Services search teams. The Vallejo Police Department says they have no suspects at this time.

If anyone has information which could help this investigation, they are encouraged to contact the Vallejo Police Department at: 707-648-4524

Citizens can also provide information anonymously to the Solano Crime Stoppers tip line at: 707-644-STOP

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