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September 21, 2021

25-year-old woman abducted from Kearns home Saturday, police say

KEARNS — Police are asking for the public’s help after they say a 25-year-old woman was forcibly taken from her home in Kearns.

Conzuelo “Nicole” Solorio-Romero was taken from the house, near 4800 West and 5400 South, about 2:30 p.m. Saturday, according to the Unified Police Department.

An investigation led detectives to a second house where they found evidence suggesting Solorio-Romero had been shot and was seriously injured, the release says. Police say they are searching for a Hispanic man in connection with the case who was wearing a white sweatshirt when Solorio-Romero was abducted.

They are also searching for an around 2010 model green, four-door Toyota Camry, as well as a white pickup truck with a red or orange plow on the front that was hauling a flatbed trailer with landscape equipment and trash.

Anyone who saw or heard anything at the house in Kearns or has any information about the suspects in the case is asked to contact Unified police at 801-743-7000.

Several other law enforcement agencies are assisting Unified police in the case.

Further information about the abduction was not immediately available. Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera is expected to provide more details about the case on Tuesday afternoon.

Contributing: Felicia Martinez, KSL TV

This is developing news. We’re working on gathering more information and will be updating this story throughout the day.


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