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BART Trains Delayed After Transit Agency Tweets of 'Possible Kidnapping'

San Francisco police said a suspect, a child and a victim were all accounted for in what BART officials later clarified as a "domestic dispute."

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    BART was recovering from a major delay Friday evening after what transit agency officials described on Twitter as a "domestic dispute."

    Service was restored by 5 p.m., after BART officials tweeted that a possible kidnapping disturbed San Francisco southbound and eastbound trains.

    A BART spokesman said a father tried to take a child from a mother and nearly boarded a train at the Montgomery Station in downtown San Francisco. Police told NBC Bay Area that a suspect, a child and a victim were all accounted for.

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