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Attempted Abduction Reported at Kaiser Call Center in Vallejo

The incident comes on the heels of two kidnapping in Vallejo -- cases in which the victims have still not been found.

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    Security at Kaiser's call center in Vallejo has been beefed up after an employee said she was nearly abducted as she was out for a walk during her morning break on Monday. (Published Tuesday, July 19, 2016)

    Security at Kaiser's call center in Vallejo has been beefed up after an employee said she was nearly abducted as she was out for a walk during her morning break on Monday.

    A call center employee said she was targeted by two men in a green van Monday as she was out on a walk during her break. 

    "It's scary, really scary," said the victm's co-worker, who did not want to be identified. "You just really need to be aware of your surroundings."

    The woman is friends with the victim, who tells NBC Bay Area two men in a green mini van tried to lure her into their vehicle.

    "One of the guys had opened the van and started running after her," she said.

    The victim had to run through the bushes to escape, but managed to get into the building safely.

    In a written account of the event the victim said "Thank God I got away, but it was very scary."

    The incident comes on the heels of two kidnapping in Vallejo -- cases in which the victims have still not been found. While unconnected, police continue to search for 14-year-old Pearl Pinson and 57-year-old Elvira Babb.

    Midsi Sanchez was kidnapped from the streets of Vallejo when she was 8 years old, but escaped and survived. She is heartbroken over the recent kidnapping in Vallejo.

    "It's just sad we share something so heart-wrenching and such a big tragedy that we share this together," Sanchez said.

    Sanchez wants everyone to be aware of what is taking place in Vallejo. She hopes the two men in the green mini van do not strike again.

    "I think it's everyone's job to help spread the word to keep each other safe," Sanchez said.

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