Woman abducted from Mayfair Collection apartments by masked men who followed resident into parking garage
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A woman was taken from her own apartment complex after suspects followed a resident into the parking garage of the Synergy at the Mayfair Collection Apartments Sunday, Dec. 8 -- according to the property's management.
The property manager of the Synergy at the Mayfair Collection sent a message to residents saying, just before 8 p.m., an unauthorized vehicle followed behind a female resident into the parking garage of the complex located at 11221 Synergy Drive.
The apartment manager told CBS 58, the woman ran toward the elevator to press the emergency call button and at that time another female resident was getting on the elevator.
The property's management said two masked men got onto the elevator and took one woman's wallet, keys, and phone. The suspects' grabbed the other woman and forced her into their vehicle -- a silver Nissan Murano with no license plates -- and left the property.
Wauwatosa police say the female victim showed up to the police department around 1 a.m. She was safe and not seriously injured.
The property's management is working with Wauwatosa police on the investigation. Surveillance video was given to authorities. Police believe this is an isolated and potentially targeted incident. The apartment manager said police conducted a search warrant of the victim's apartment and found things that tied her to the incident.
A resident shared the following note that was sent out by property management saying in part:
"The police have indicated they believe this to be an isolated, and potentially targeted incident. In terms of precautions at Synergy, we've made sure to deactivate any access keys that could have been compromised in this incident."
Police said they don't believe other residents are in danger. However, extra police patrols will be in the area Monday night.
No arrests have been made.
Anyone with more information on this incident is asked to contact the Wauwatosa Police Department at 414-471-8430.