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'I couldn't find her, so I called the daycare to see what time she picked up the kids,' he said.'The kids were never picked up so I got freaked out, I hit the Find My i Phone app thing I found her phone; it's got like hair ripped out of it, like, in the headphones.'He said the last time he had heard from her was a message asking whether he was coming home for lunch.

He replied: 'Sorry long day.'Keith said that his wife had only recent started running again and that she would have most likely been wearing athletic clothes when she was taken.'Something happened to her is the way I'm looking at it.

The footage was shot at around am on Thanksgiving morning, 2016, according to the sheriff's office.

At the end of the video she is seen running towards the northbound on-ramp of the I-5 which is where she was found with a chain connecting her waist and left arm, and two hose clamps around her ankles.

Newly emerged video shows Sherri Papini - the California mother-of-two who was kidnapped, beaten and branded - on the morning she was found.

The footage, taken by a security camera at a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall in the community of Yolo, was released by The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.

Police said Papini, who had vanished on November 2 leaving behind her phone with a clump of hair still attached to the headphones, had been beaten and branded.

Police have not commented on the specifics of the Detroit investigation.Managed by his sister Suzanne, who now lives in Long Beach, California, the Bring Sherri Home Safe appeal eventually raised a total of ,070 – just short of the ,000 goal. Papini was eventually found 150 miles away in the 452-person town of Yolo, which is approximately 15 miles north of Sacramento, early on the morning of November 24.'Sherri appeared battered and bruised, her hair had been cut to shoulder length and she had a brand on her right shoulder,' the sheriff's office said at the time of her recovery.'Sherri, however, stated she had not been sexually assaulted, and there is no physical evidence to indicate otherwise.' She was also branded with a threatening message, the details of which were not released by police.A video artist looking for work drives to a remote house in the forest to meet a man claiming to be a serial killer.The second woman was between 40 and 50 years old, about 5 feet 7 inches tall, with long, straight black hair with some gray in it, thick eyebrows and pierced ears, the FBI said.Anyone who recognizes either woman is urged to call the police.