They too, described the young woman as screaming while two men stood over her with a Taser. The men were dressed in black and had ski masks covering their faces. The woman on the ground wore her hair in a ponytail, which they described as being a dirty blond color. Then a woman’s voice from the front driver’s seat yell, “’Get the hell in the car.’”
From there, the joggers witnessed the girl tossed into the backseat of the vehicle, which then frantically sped away in a distraught hurry. The woman driving the vehicle was “frenzied” and “the blinkers and turn signals” were being used erratically.
After talking with Richard, officers located the area of the attack, finding Summer’s car in the bank parking lot, the back of her phone, a box of Tic-Tacs, a used container of Mace, a Mountain Dew bottle, and a ball cap that did not belong to her, and a set of keys on the asphalt. Found in soft soil behind a hedge, were what appeared to be foot and knee prints as “if someone lay in wait,” said one officer. Inside the bank, instead of finding Summer, all they found was her iPod.