The Fulton Police Department believes a missing woman is the same one who was kidnapped Monday in Fulton.
The FPD made the announcement in an update on its Facebook page Thursday afternoon. The department said that it had received and investigated approximately 50 leads Thursday.
Tori Taylor is described as a 25-year-old white female — 5-foot-2 and 100 pounds — with brown hair and green eyes. Taylor's date of birth is July 17, 1995.
Taylor was last seen April 20 in Montgomery County and has not been in contact with family or friends for several days. She has not been responding to messages or has been active on social media.
Taylor borrowed a car from a friend who lives in Fulton on April 21 and promised to return it the next day but has not yet.
The FPD now believes Taylor was the kidnapping victim in an incident that occurred Monday in the 500 block of 10th Street.
Based on witness accounts at the time Tuesday, the FPD believed the female knew the three subjects in a gray or dark-colored Dodge Charger. The car was last seen in the background of a security video at 4:20 p.m. Monday in the area of East 8th and State streets.
That female was described as 5-3 with short, brown hair and a thin build. She was last seen wearing a black, short-sleeved shirt that covered white shorts.
The first subject is described as a Hispanic male wearing a black shirt and dark jeans.
The second subject is described as a Black male with a buzzed haircut or bald, wearing dark-colored shorts and shirt.
The third subject is described as a Black male with a buzzed haircut or bald, wearing a dark-colored shirt and lighter-colored jeans.
Over the course of the investigation since Monday, the FPD has explored more than 90 leads and is continuing to receive leads that the department is actively investigating.
Fulton Police Chief Steve Myers urged that anyone with information on Taylor's whereabouts or the vehicle and subjects in Monday's incident should contact the FPD at 573-592-3100 or Callaway County Crimestoppers at 573-592-2474.