Johnson County investigating deputy kidnapping

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OLATHE, Kansas (AP) _ The Johnson County Sheriff’s Department says it’s investigating after one of its deputy was kidnapped and sexually assaulted.

The sheriff’s department says the deputy was abducted late Friday from a parking lot as she headed into work at the detention center in Olathe. The sheriff’s office says the deputy did not know her abductors and was not in uniform at the time.

The department says the deputy was released about two hours later in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.

The Kansas City Star reports (http://j.mp/2dGAtcY) that the sheriff’s department on Sunday released video of the car believed to have been used in the abduction, and authorities want to question two men who may have been in the car.