She told him she did not have any and that is when he forced her into the trunk of a vehicle. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
The robber stopped at a gas station at around 11:40 p.m.to try withdrawing cash from an ATM.
The owner called Birmingham police.
The 25-year-old suffered minor injuries during her escape. "It is believed the suspect was using her card to get money".
In the video you can see the suspected kidnappers pull up to a gas station.
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The owner of the the owner of Gas Land station Yosef Alsabah said there was clearly something "not right" and that it looked like he was armed.
He said the man got "mad" after being unable to get the ATM card to work and then watched as he returned to the auto, and drove away. "The victim ran inside of the location and called 911". He then placed her into the truck while driving around to different ATMs.
"I saw the trunk popped up, a woman ran inside", AlSabah, 48, told NBC News.
He let the woman inside the store and hid her in a back closet with his shotgun.
Security footage shows the driver walking inside the gas station and using an ATM, before returning to the kidnapped woman's black Nissan Altima. Alsabah said the victim had a few cuts on her, and was taken to a nearby hospital by a relative.