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Police investigate possible abduction in Frederick County

Crecenio Gonzalez

Maria Lois Rodgriquez-Luna

WINCHESTER - The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of the possible abduction of a Frederick County woman by her former boyfriend.

A press release issued by the sheriff's office today identified the victim as Maria Lois Rodgriques-Luna, 43, of 1255 Haines Drive.

"She is alleged to have been forced into a 2000 4-door Oldsmobile sedan, black in color, with VA registration JKZ4174, and taken against her will. She was wearing black faded jeans, black sweater, and a ponytail. The victim resided at the Haines Dr. residence with her husband who was at work at the time of the ledged abduction," according to the release.

The possible abduction occurred between noon and 1:55 p.m. today at the victim's home in the Arcadia Trailer Court.

Police are looking for the car, which they believe is occupied by two women and a man who is a former boyfriend of Rodgriques-Luna. He is identified in the release as Crecenio "Chico" Gonzalez, 45, of 213 Grant Road, McGaheysville. He is 5 feet, 5 inches tall, 160 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Police report the car may be heading southbound on Interstate 81 to Rockingham County.

Police ask that anyone with information about this possible abduction to contact their local police department or the Frederick County Sheriff's Office at (540) 662-6168.

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