Horrifying Nest doorbell camera footage shows woman running to a stranger’s front door and screaming for help before being beaten and dragged back to car in New Year’s Eve kidnapping in Las Vegas
- The video, filmed on New Year’s Eve, shows the woman running from the car and banging on the house’s front door for help
- The driver emerged from the car seconds later, beat her and dragged her back
- He yelled at her, calling her a ‘f****** b****’ and asking ‘why would you f****** do that!’
- The entire incident was filmed on a resident’s Nest camera at 12.48am on January 1
- Las Vegas police are now appealing to the public for more information
Horrifying video footage taken on a camera doorbell has emerged of a woman running towards a home for help before being beaten and bundled into the back of a car in Las Vegas.
The video was captured on the homeowner’s Nest camera just after midnight on New Year’s Eve. It is unclear if they were home at the time or if they knew the woman.
In the video, she is seen running towards their front door, crying, then banging on the door and begging for help while the car – a white Hyundai sedan – sits in the street.
A few seconds later, the driver from the car ran towards her, beat her and dragged her back to the vehicle.
The woman ran from the car to the home on New Years Day at 12.48am. In the background, the driver can be seen sprinting out towards her
The driver is shown running from the vehicle to catch up with the woman
The driver yelled at the woman, calling her a ‘f****** b****’, and kicking her on the front door before dragging her back to the vehicle
She screamed: ‘Stop, please!’ but he threw her to the ground, kicked her in the head and yelled: ‘Why would you f****** do that!’
As he dragged her back to her feet, he continued yelling: ‘Get in the car! Get in the car, you f****** b****!!’
He forced her inside then drove away.
Police in Las Vegas have released the footage in a desperate attempt to find the pair.
The woman is white with brown hair. She was wearing a dark colored t-shirt and a pair of jeans.
The driver is a black male who was wearing a white and blue striped sweater and jeans.
Anyone with any information about this incident is urged to contact the LVMPD by phone at 702-828-3111.
To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555, or on the internet at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.
The driver dragged the woman back to his car then drove away. Police are appealing to the public for help