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Fulton police: Missing woman is likely kidnapping victim

FULTON, Mo. (KMIZ)

Fulton police say a woman they reported missing Thursday is likely the same woman who was seen being pulled into a car by three men on Monday.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol on Thursday distributed a flyer saying Tori Taylor, 25, was last seen on April 20 in Montgomery County. She has not been responding to messages and her social media accounts have not been active, according to the patrol.

The flyer says Taylor borrowed a car from a friend who lives in Fulton on April 21. She promised to return the car later that day but did not.

Taylor is about 5 feet, 2 inches tall with brown hair and green eyes. She weighs about 100 pounds.

Fulton police have been investigating what they initially referred to as a possible kidnapping since Monday. On Thursday, police labeled the incident an actual kidnapping. A witness told ABC 17 News on Monday that she saw a woman matching Taylor's description being pulled into a car by three men on East 10th Street.

Police say the department investigated 50 leads Thursday and more than 90 leads since the investigation began.

The flyer asks anyone with information to call the Fulton Police Department at 573-592-3100.

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Matthew Sanders

Matthew Sanders is the digital content director at ABC 17 News.

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