Police say this is one of two men who forced their way into a north Jackson woman's home, tied her up, then kidnapped and forced into a car where she was taken to an ATM. Investigators say the man took her ATM card, withdrew $300 from the woman's account then drove her back home.
The woman was held hostage in the back seat of the car the whole time. This photo was taken from the ATM camera. Both wanted men are black males. The victim said one called the other by the name of "Stiker". They left with the woman's purse, credit cards, cell phone and another $50 cash she had on her. The keys to her home, and her car were also taken along with any sense of security she had left.
Investigators say these men should be considered extremely dangerous and may still be operating in the Jackson metro, looking for more victims.
If you have any information on the men wanted in this crime call crime stoppers at 355-tips, that's 355-8477.
You could receive up to a thousand dollars for any information that leads to an arrest in this case, and remember at crime stoppers, we only want your information, not your name.
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