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A woman in Utah was kidnapped by a man named Grant Nielsen Eggertsen. How was she going to be freed from her captor?

Well he was locking her in her own home. Then Grant decided to call a locksmith over so he could change the locks. The locksmith said that when the woman came to the front door, “on her hand she had 911 written and showed it to him.” This was according to a police affidavit.

The quick-thinking locksmith called the cops. He further explained that during his interaction with her, there was a man in the house who hovered over the woman the whole time.

The affidavit also explained that when the police came to the house, the woman “quickly opened the door and walked fast out the front door and stated that he was downstairs in the house.”

Thank goodness her captor had given her access to pens.

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