Woman seen being pushed into vehicle, feared to be abducted in Newark found safe

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NEWARK, N.J. — The woman who officials feared may have been abducted was found after she went to the Newark police station Sunday morning.

A woman,  35, was reported being pushed into a vehicle between Mulberry Street and Edison Place Saturday, leading police to believe she was possibly being abducted.

However, the woman walked into the police precinct about 9 a.m. Sunday and said she was the person they were searching for mentioned in media coverage, according to Newark police.

She told police she has just returned from California and took the train to Newark Penn Station where her boyfriend was supposed to pick her up.

She said her boyfriend came late and found her walking near Mulberry Street and Edison Place.

The woman was angry about her boyfriend’s late arrival and continued to walk despite his plea to forgive him, police said. She finally accepted his apology and he lifted her off her feet and put her in the vehicle.

The woman went to the police station after seeing media coverage reporting her missing.

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