Hotel workers in St. Louis are credited with alerting police of two Florida women who said they were kidnapped, according to a new report.
Around 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 28, police received a “rather bizarre call” from employees at the Hampton Inn in St. Louis, Missouri. The moment that their alleged captors briefly left them alone, two Florida women reportedly informed hotel staff that they had been kidnapped.
The kidnapped women – ages 21 and 36 – informed police that they had been hired for a “moving job” in Florida. However, the abductees claim that over the span of 10 days that their kidnappers transported them from Florida to Atlanta, Georgia, and then to St. Louis.
“It wasn’t until they wound up in the area of Atlanta, Georgia, that they were told they weren’t going to be allowed to leave. They were then driven from the area of Atlanta to St. Louis, where they were checked into this hotel. They were kept with three suspects,” said Sgt. Charles Wall – spokesperson for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
KTVI reported that the women were “frightened about what might be next” after arriving in St. Louis.
St. Louis police responded to the kidnapping call from the hotel workers and arrested one of the three suspects.
Nikki Rebarcak, 41, was arrested when she returned to the Hampton Inn….