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BOLO: Hunt for Florida Mom Seen Being Stuffed into Car

by Ellen Killoran

Alisa Summers was seen screaming with her hands tied behind her back

Florida police are searching for a woman they believe may have been kidnapped by her estranged husband.

According to 10 News, a witness outside a Walgreen’s in Lithia, Florida, told police they saw a woman believed to be Alisa Summers, 37, being forced into a car by a man, while her hands were tied behind her back. She was reportedly screaming for help.

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office told reporters that Mrs. Summers and her husband Trevor Steven Summers, 39, who have five children, are currently estranged, and that Mrs. Summers said she was headed to Mr. Summers house on Saturday before she disappeared. Police believe it was Mr. Summers pushing Alisa into the car.

A sheriff’s office spokesperson told reporters that the couple’s children are with Mr. Summers’ father — and that neither the children nor their grandfather appeared particularly concerned about Alisa’s disappearance. Alisa’s family lives out of state, and had been notified. The spokesperson said that the police were putting significant resources into finding Alisa, given the signs of distress witnessed outside the Walgreen’s.

Alisa is believed to be in a dark blue Saturn Outlook with Florida tag GLHM32.

 

Photo: Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

Ellen is a seasoned journalist and former media & entertainment reporter with a taste for true crime. Formerly a senior editor at IBTimes, her work has appeared in Forbes, Rolling Stone, Maxim, NYMag, Indiewire, and more. She co-produced the HBO documentary "Youth Knows No Pain" and appeared in a documentary series that aired alongside the Lifetime movie "Manson's Lost Girls."