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One of the gunmen who abducted a couple in Fort Worth is in custody; two others still at large, police say

A man and a woman were abducted by gunmen early Tuesay morning, Fort Worth police said.
A man and a woman were abducted by gunmen early Tuesay morning, Fort Worth police said.

One suspect has been captured by Fort Worth police in connection with abducting an unidentified couple early Tuesday morning, forcing them to drive to several locations for money and eventually shooting the man in the leg, Fort Worth police say.

Fort Worth Police Department spokesman Gezim Pollozani confirmed that one suspect was captured on Tuesday afternooon, but two other suspects still remain at large.

Police said the kidnapping report came in before 1 a.m. at 7451 McCart Ave., the address of a Walmart store.

"A male and female were abducted by three black males (who) forced the victims to drive to several locations for money," police spokesman Jimmy Pollozani said.

The female victim was able to escape in a nearby store, Pollozani said. He did not say where the store was.

Soon afterward, the male escaped at a nearby location Pollozani did not identify but was shot in the leg as he got away. His condition is unknown.

Police did not identify the victims.

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Digital Reporter, Prescotte Stokes III contributed to this report.

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