Detroit Police Search for Nurse Believed to Be Kidnapped Outside Hospital
Detroit, MI – Authorities are on the lookout for a woman who was reportedly kidnapped outside a local hospital in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The victim has been identified as 29-year-old Patrice Wilson, a nurse at Detroit Receiving Hospital.
According to police reports, the incident occurred around 7:40 a.m., shortly after Wilson had entered her vehicle in a parking lot near the hospital.
Eyewitnesses recount a chilling scene as a man abruptly entered Wilson’s car, forcefully pushing her aside before driving away with both of them inside.
The suspect has been identified as 36-year-old Jamir Miller, who is considered armed and dangerous.
Disturbingly, Miller was reportedly wearing a blond wig at the time of the abduction.
Local law enforcement officials have classified the incident as a kidnapping and are actively seeking the safe return of Wilson.
Detective Jacqueline, who briefed the media, stated, “We are asking for the public’s assistance in locating our victim.
We believe that she may have had some prior acquaintance with the suspect, possibly of a domestic nature.”
The authorities have released details about the vehicle used in the abduction, describing it as a black 2020 Lincoln Nautilus.
They urge anyone with information regarding Wilson’s whereabouts or the suspect’s activities to contact the police immediately.
Anonymous tips can also be submitted at 1-800-TIPS.
As the search intensifies, the community is rallying behind Wilson’s family and expressing concerns for her well-being.
Colleagues at Detroit Receiving Hospital are shocked and devastated by the incident, hoping for a swift resolution and the safe return of their beloved colleague.
The Detroit Police Department is conducting a thorough investigation into the incident, analyzing surveillance footage and reaching out to potential witnesses.
They are working tirelessly to ensure that justice is served and that Wilson is reunited with her loved ones as soon as possible.
Further updates on the case will be provided as new information becomes available.