Heinous Kidnapping Exposes Public Safety Collapse in Democrat-run NYC

The stupefying kidnapping of a young woman in Brooklyn is conveying like nothing else the total societal, policing, and safety collapse of New York City on the watch of Democrats.

No Wonder Under Soft-on-Crime Democrats

With all the nasty dystopian crime that is increasingly taking over Democrat-run communities nationwide, it is becoming harder to make the case that what has been going on isn’t some kind of a conspiracy against the great American nation.

Previously unthinkable notions, such as DAs and police chiefs unleashing violent criminals and not giving two cents about public safety and security, have already become the norm in numerous American cities that once were the envy of the world.

The latest piece of evidence testifying to that is the heinous abduction of a young woman from a street in Brooklyn. She was brutally stuffed in a minivan, The Gateway Pundit reported.

The horrifying incident, which was caught on security camera footage, occurred at about 1:45 am on Friday, in Gravesend, at the intersection of Stillwell Avenue and Avenue W.

The shocking CCTV images show a kidnapper coming towards the woman with outstretched arms before snatching her and pulling her into a minivan.

‘Mystery Kidnapping’

According to the New York Police Department (NYPD), the woman was abducted in a late-model Toyota minivan, which drove north on Stillwell Avenue. The police aren’t sure whether the victim knew the attacker.

One high-ranking NYPD source told the New York Post she may have known him because she didn’t seem to struggle as much as one might expect if she had been attacked by a stranger.

The senior police source described the terrifying case as a “kind of a mystery.”

The victim was described as a female in her 20s, with long hair, a light complexion, an estimated weight of 120 pounds, and a height of 5-foot-5.

According to the NYPD, the suspected kidnapper is a male in his 30s, about 175 pounds, and 5-foot-10. The police have urged anybody with information on the incident to call 1-800-577-TIPS, NYC’s Crime Stoppers hotline.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.