OAKLAND (CBS/AP) — Authorities say a woman who was reported as a possible kidnapping victim in Oakland has made contact with police.

The Oakland Tribune reports the woman, whose identity has not been released, contacted police Tuesday and told them she was unharmed and was involved in a domestic dispute. She came forward after media reports surfaced about the possible Monday night kidnapping.

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Oakland police had started an investigation after a witness reported that a suspect had grabbed a woman, shoved her into the trunk of a car and drove off.

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a two-door, black car of unknown make, possible 2000s-era model, with tinted windows and blue paper plates in lieu of a license plate, police said. The vehicle reportedly fled from Sterling Drive onto McCormick Avenue.

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The woman has been interviewed by investigators, but police haven’t said whether any arrests have been made or released further details.

The Oakland Police Department is asking anyone who may have information on the case to contact the Police Department’s youth and family services division at (510) 238-3641.

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