JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has located two people who may be involved in a potential abduction.
Melissa Bujeda, Public Information Officer for the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said the individuals the police were looking called police after seeing themselves on television.
Bujeda did not release any additional information, but did say the investigation was still active and ongoing.
The incident started at the Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute near Baptist Tuesday afternoon.
Witnesses saw a woman walk in, who was then grabbed by a man already sitting in the waiting area, according to police.
Police said an argument followed and the man took the woman out of the building, put her in a car, and left.
It is not clear if either person worked at or was a patient at Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute, but police said no employees were reported missing.
Investigators also noted the woman did not sign in at the reception desk.
JSO described the woman as having blonde hair and wearing a white sundress with flowers and black trim. The man was wearing a red polo shirt, tan shorts and flip flops.
Witnesses said the vehicle was a small, red, older model vehicle with faded paint.
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