Connecticut teen jumps out of moving car after she was abducted (video)

A Connecticut teen jumped out of a moving car after she was abducted on her way to school.

The 17-year-old who has not been identified was walking to school on Oct. 5 at 7:15 a.m., when a dark grey Toyota pulled up next to her and lured her over to the car, although it has not been explained what was said or done to get her to come to the car or to get into the car.

While driving down Boston Avenue the girl jumped out of the car and landed in the road.  She was not severely injured.  The car made a u-turn then drove off.

The suspect is a Hispanic woman with a ponytail, freckles on her face and a black leather jacket and approximately 40-years-old.  The car was described as a Yaris, but many on social media are saying it is a Corolla.  The car had a missing bumper.

If you have any information, please call the Bridgeport Police at 203-581-5293.

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