Samantha Koenig was last seen Wednesday night.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An 18-year-old barista who disappeared from the coffee stand where she worked was abducted, police said Friday.
Samantha Koenig was last seen late Wednesday night. Surveillance video showed her leaving the Common Grounds Espresso stand with a man wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt and possibly a baseball cap, Detective Sgt. Slawomir Markiewicz said, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
Markiewicz said it appeared the man was armed but wouldn’t say what sort of weapon he had.
"The video leaves little doubt that she was abducted," Markiewicz told mnsbc.com. "No one has seen her since she left."
Authorities have not identified the man in the video.
The Associated Press reported that court records show Koenig filed for a protective order against a man in November, but the order was not issued because she failed to show up in court.
Koenig had worked at the coffee stand for a little less than a month, Common Grounds owner Michelle Duncan Duncan told the Anchorage Daily News. She was energetic and bubbly and hadn't said anything to the other baristas about any kind of displeasure about the job, Duncan said.
"What I know of her, it definitely seems uncharacteristic to just walk away at the end of the day and not be heard from," Duncan told the newspaper.
Koenig is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. She has brown hair and eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Anchorage Police Department at 90-786-8900.
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