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Video Shows Moment 'Kidnapping Victim Freed'
A police video has emerged showing the moment a woman was apparently rescued in her car from her alleged abductor.
She is thought to have been kidnapped and forced into the vehicle by a gunman in Dallas.
But in the back seat she was able to get the attention of two teenagers in a nearby vehicle by mouthing the words "help me".
Aaron Arias, a 19-year-old college student, and Jamal Harris, 17, a high school student then called police.
The pair followed the car until officers caught up with them in Kaufman.
In the video, officers are seen pulling over the woman's car and approaching the driver, asking to see his hands.
As police open the door to arrest the motorist, an officer's microphone picks up the crying of a young woman in the back of the car.
A second officer opens the door for the woman, who leaves the vehicle and embraces her rescuer while visibly upset.
The suspect, Charles Atkins Lewis Jr, has been charged with aggravated kidnapping and remains in custody, NBC reported.
The woman was checked by paramedics but was unhurt in last month's incident.