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Colorado Springs police are trying to piece together what happened between a woman and her boyfriend after a possible abduction.
The inital report came in Monday night near 19th and Uintah on the Springs west side.
The woman was found safe and her boyfriend, 42 year-old David Crossley is facing burglary and menacing charges. Police say they are unsure now if the victim was actually abducted, or if she went with Crossley willingly.
Witnesses told police Crossley forced his way into a home while armed with a knife and a gun and made the victim leave with him.
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