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1 Arrested in Abduction, Sex Assault of Maryland Woman; 2nd Suspect Sought

Police say the victim was walking home from Naylor Road Station when she was forced into a car at gunpoint

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    Suspect Arrested, Another Wanted in Kidnapping and Rape

    One man has been arrested in a brutal kidnapping and rape that started in Prince George's County and ended in the District. But police say another accused attacker is still on the loose. News4's Jackie Bensen reports. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018)

    What to Know

    • The woman was walking home from the Naylor Road Metro Station about 12:05 a.m. Dec. 3 when she was forced into a car, police said.

    • Two men sexually assaulted her, then left her in Southeast D.C. 45 minutes later, police said.

    • Nick Savoy turned himself into police in Roanoke, Virginia, Tuesday. Police are looking for Mark Blue.

    One of two men sought in the abduction and sexual assault of a Maryland woman last week is in custody, but the manhunt for the second suspect continues.

    Nick Savoy, 25, of Southeast D.C. turned himself in to police in Roanoke, Virginia, Tuesday. Police are searching for 29-year-old Mark Blue of the 1200 block of Floral Street in Northwest.

    Mark Blue
    Photo credit: Prince George's County Police

    “Surveillance camera video was helpful,” D.C. police Cmdr. Leslie Parsons said. “I believe Prince George’s County released some video. We also released video. It was very helpful in this case.”

    The woman was walking home from the Naylor Road Metro Station on Curtis Drive near Branch Avenue in Temple Hills about 12:05 a.m. Dec. 3 when two men she didn't know approached, according to Prince George's County Police.

    They forced her into a car at gunpoint, sexually assaulted her and drove to the 1500 block of Ridge Place in Southeast D.C., police said.

    After 45 minutes, they released her without her clothing. She ran to a nearby home and called police.

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    (Published Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018)

    Savoy is awaiting extradition from Roanoke.

    Prince George's County Crime Solvers is offering a $25,000 reward for information that helps solve the case. If you have any information, call police at 301-772-4908.

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