UPDATE: Police arrest men wanted for kidnapping Southaven woman - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

UPDATE: Police arrest men wanted for kidnapping Southaven woman

The four suspects are pictured here, along with their car.  Click to enlarge image. (Source: Southaven Police Department) The four suspects are pictured here, along with their car. Click to enlarge image. (Source: Southaven Police Department)
Kendarish Conrad (Source: Southaven Police Department) Kendarish Conrad (Source: Southaven Police Department)
Deangelo Ware (Source: Southaven Police Department) Deangelo Ware (Source: Southaven Police Department)
Raymond Warner (Source: Southaven Police Department) Raymond Warner (Source: Southaven Police Department)

(WMC-TV) - Memphis police have arrested four suspects wanted for holding Southaven woman at gunpoint, and then forcing her to drive into Memphis, where she was robbed, officials said Friday.

According to Lt. Mark Little of the Southaven Police Department, the incident happened on July 21. Now, police are looking for four suspects wanted for the crime.

The woman told investigators she was returning to her home in Southaven around 10:30 at night when two armed men forced her back into her own car and took her for a ride.

There, they took her money, purse and cell phone. The woman said two people, driving a white Nissan, followed them into Memphis.

After the woman was released, she returned home and called police.  She was not injured, and her identity has not been released.

Friday, Memphis police arrested Kendarish Conrad, 19; Raycom Warner, 20; Deangelo Ware, 22; and an unnamed minor. The four suspects were taken to custody in Memphis, awaiting extradition to Mississippi.

Friday, the woman's husband, who did not want to be named, said his wife was terrified by the incident.

"She said the whole time she was gone she thought she'd never see her family again," he said.

Less than an hour later, all four suspects were spotted on surveillance cameras at a Memphis convenience store. Police released the images to the public as they searched for the suspects.

"People need to know that they can't come to Southaven and commit these crimes," the victim's husband said.

Southaven police have not released the name of the victim.

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