ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - Albuquerque police said they're looking for a man who allegedlyforced a young North Carolina woman into prostitution while holdingher captive in his home.
Albuquerque Police spokesman Robert Gibbs said the 18-year-oldwoman fled the home on Tuesday and ran to a neighbor's house askingfor help. She told officers she had met the man online while shewas living in North Carolina, and he offered to fly her to NewMexico on July 17.
Once there, she told officers the man forced her intoprostitution and would lock her in a closet whenever he left thehome.
A police SWAT team raided the home late Tuesday, but the manwasn't there. They did arrest a woman on charges of kidnapping,false imprisonment and promoting prostitution.
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