COPS are hunting for a woman who allegedly assisted in abducting a man before stripping him naked and tying him to a tree on Friday.
Police in New Hampshire are searching for 29-year-old Ariel Dupuis following the arrest of Ronald Betances, 37, earlier on Saturday in connection with the kidnapping.
The New Hampshire Union Leader reports that the incident began in the victim's home in Manchester, NH.
According to cops, the alleged kidnappers forced the victim out of his home and into a car at knifepoint.
The duo then reportedly took the man's wallet and cell phone before driving to multiple locations, Manchester Police detective sergeant Chris Sanders said.
They eventually ended up in Derry, 13 miles southeast of Manchester, NH.
Police said that at this location they removed the victim's clothes, tied his hands and feet and then assaulted him.
The man was left tied to the free, but later freed himself and was able to call 911.
The act was not random, Sergeant Sanders has said, and added that the suspects and the victim were known to each other.
He added that "there is no threat to the public at this time".
Betance was located by police and arrested on Saturday night, but the search has continued for Dupuis.
Anyone with information is asked to call Manchester police at 603-668-8711.
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