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Atlantic City beauty kidnapped, $20,000 reward offered by FBI

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The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the masked men who kidnapped a local beauty from a home in Atlantic City.

Nadirah Ruffin, 19, was abducted Saturday night from her friend's house on Maryland Avenue in the inlet section of the city. The kidnapping resulted from a home invasion by four masked men who were armed with guns, according to police.

Ruffin was forced by gun point out of the house and into a car.

Since the Saturday night kidnapping there has been no communications or ransom demand for Ruffin. The FBI stepped into the case along with local, county and state law enforcement agencies.

Ruffin is described by police as a medium skinned black women. She is 5' 4" tall, 120 pounds and has a tattoo on her neck that reads "so sweet." She wear glasses.

Ruffin has a four-year-old child at home waiting for her return, along with her family and friends. Police said any small piece of information could be critical to the investigation and they are hoping the local community will get involved.

Police and the FBI are asking people with information to contact the Atlantic City Police at (609) 347-5766 or anonymously by contacting the Atlantic County Crime Stoppers, (609) 652-1234, or 1-800-658-8477.

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