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New York woman manages to escape kidnappers after they broke into her home

New York woman manages to escape kidnappers after they broke into her home, forced her into a car and made her withdraw money from an ATM

  • The victim was taken from her apartment in Canandaigua on Friday night 
  • She was then driven to Rochester where she escaped after handing over money
  • Police found her stolen car the next day before the suspects fled on foot  
  • Marc A. Copper II, 28 and Colby McClure, 30, of Canandaigua were arrested 
  • The woman is said to have known her attackers and suffered minor injuries
  • Both men face a number of charges including robbery in the first degree

A New York woman escaped her kidnappers after they broke into her home, forced her into a car and made her withdraw money from an ATM, police say. 

The victim was taken from her apartment in Canandaigua, New York on Friday night. 

She was then driven to Rochester where she was forced to hand over money before making her escape. 

Marc A. Copper II, 28 and Colby McClure, 30, both of Canandaigua, were later arrested after police say the woman’s stolen car was found Saturday. 

The victim was taken from her apartment in Canandaigua, New York on Friday night. Marc A. Copper II, 28 and Colby McClure, 30, both of Canandaigua were later arrested after police say the woman’s stolen car was found Saturday

The alleged kidnappers drove away when approached by officers before crashing the car. 

Copper and McClure were later arrested after police gave chase on foot. 

The woman is said to have known her attackers and suffered minor injuries. 

Both men have been charged with robbery in the first degree and kidnapping in the second degree, WHEC reports. 

They also face charges of grand larceny of a motor vehicle and two counts of grand larceny in the fourth degree.

Cooper, who is on parole, was additionally charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree. 

Both men are being held without bail at the Ontario County Jail.   

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