Police Release Photos of Kidnapping Suspect in Walnut Creek-to-Oakland Hills Carjacking

Walnut Creek police have released surveillance photos of one of the two men suspected of kidnapping a woman in Walnut Creek Nov. 7, then releasing her near Hiller Highlands in Oakland.

Walnut Creek police Tuesday released bank ATM photos of a carjacking suspect who went by the name "Aubrey" in a Nov. 7 carjacking of a woman from Walnut Creek.

The woman was later dropped off in the Oakland hills near Hiller Drive and Tunnel Road.

"The victim has recovered from most of her injuries and is doing well," the WCPD reported in a Tuesday press release.

Police released three ATM photos of "Aubrey." The second suspect went by "David." "It is important to stress we do not know if these are the suspects' actual names," police stated.

Two men kidnapped the woman from a parking lot at the Business Center at Shadelands at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, and tried to force her to take money from her bank account. Later they drove her to a spot in the Oakland hills and released her, still tied up. The woman freed herself and called police.

"Aubrey," shown in the photos above, is described as  a white male adult, early to mid-20s, 5’9”, 150 lbs with a slight build, last seen wearing a mask (form type to below the nose), black hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and dark jeans. 

His companion is described as a white male adult, early to mid-20s, 5’11”, 185/190 lbs, broad shoulders, short dark hair, unknown facial hair. He was last seen wearing light-colored T-shirt under a black zip-up shirt and blue or black jeans. 

The suspects drove a small, dark-colored pickup truck with a loud muffler, possibly a Toyota.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Walnut Creek police at (925) 256-3577.

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