CHESTER, Dad. (TUSEN) – Pennsylvania police have issued a missing persons alert after a 31-year-old woman was abducted by a murder suspect in Chester. According to police, Shameeka Thompson was kidnapped by 26-year-old Dehmier Harmon.
Harmon is wanted for the August 3 murder of Leon Culbreath on the 2100 block of Edgmont Avenue.
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According to police, Harmon abducted Thompson Friday afternoon. Thompson was last seen around 4pm near West 21st Street in Chester City
According to state police, Thompson was abducted by Harmon, who fled in a black 2017 Nissan Sentra bearing the Delaware license plate 4-1-1-4-4-5. Police believe he’s on his way to North Carolina.
State police say Thompson is five feet tall and weighs 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen in a cheetah print shirt, brown scarf and blue jeans.
“I just want her to be home. She has children,’ said Tanice Campbell, Thompson’s cousin. “She has two.”
Campbell says Thompson’s mother told her the news.
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“I just want her home safe,” Campbell said.
Harmon is charged with murdering Culbreath on Wednesday. Investigators believe Thompson was taken in connection with that murder.
Campbell says she knows nothing about Harmon and can’t even imagine what her cousin is going through right now.
“She’s scared. I know she was scared,” Campbell said. “She doesn’t know what to think.”
As the police continue to search for Thompson, Campbell has a message for the man who took her cousin.
“Just let her come home, let her come home to her kids,” Campbell said.
Police say Harmon should be considered armed and dangerous.
Call the police if you have any information on the whereabouts of Thompson or Harmon.
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Kerri Corrado of CBS3 contributed to this report.