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Police: Sacramento Man Now Safe after Possible Abduction in Davis

DAVIS -- Police in Davis say 21-year-old Armani Marquis Sandoval-Jones, the Sacramento man they say was abducted from his friend's K Street apartment during a robbery Tuesday night, is safe.

Police say sometime around 9 p.m., a man armed with a gun entered the second-floor apartment of the building and confronted two male roommates and their friend, Sandoval-Jones, demanding to know where the money was.

When the men said they didn't know what he was talking about, the armed suspect briefly looked around their apartment but found nothing.

"Ultimately, as he left, he ordered one of the occupants to give up their cell phone. He pointed a gun at another occupant and told him to come with him and then left," said Davis Police Lieutenant Paul Doroshov.

Wednesday night, officials told FOX40 Sandoval-Jones' family members confirmed he was safe. Police have not yet spoken to the 21-year-old victim.

Davis Police say Sandoval-Jones' white pickup truck was spotted Wednesday morning back in Sacramento -- but it's unclear who was behind the wheel.

Detectives checked for any possible surveillance from the surrounding area and following any transactions on his cards or activity from his cell phone. They will continue to investigate and search for the suspect.

FOX40 was unable to reach the two roommates for comment on Wednesday.

Neighbor Nicolas Huyeung has lived right next door to the apartment for the past year and a half. He says they play loud music, so he didn't hear anything out of the ordinary Tuesday night.

But learning that the roommates' friend was reportedly kidnapped is concerning.

"Yeah, it's definitely uneasy. But I live with two other roommates who are males, so if anything ever goes wrong, we have each other," he said.