BOSTON (CBS) – Have a look at Louis Coleman III, the man who was suspected of kidnapping a young mother this week, as police sources told WBZ-TV I-Team he had been detained in Delaware .
Investigators told Coleman, Providence, Rhode Island, kidnapped 23-year-old Jassy Correia early Sunday morning. It is not yet clear whether you have found Correia.
Coleman is Raytheon's system engineer. The company said in a statement to the WBZ-TV that it was fully cooperating with the police.
He left Correia last night at the Venus Night Club in the Theater District, where he celebrated his birthday on Saturday night.
Police released a photo of Coleman on Thursday saying they were looking for him, Correira and a red car they thought they were using. They said Coleman was last seen on Providence Thursday morning. In the afternoon, the detective searched for the apartment house on Chestnut Street.
Boston police say Correia left the club with a man who was now named Coleman, just after midnight on Sunday. Shortly afterwards, they noticed that he had entered the Tremont and Herald streets.
Correia's cousin told WBZ TV Thursday that friends and family would not recognize Coleman.
Correia, who lives in Lynn, did not present her two-year-old daughter on Sunday and did not answer any phone calls or text messages.
"On Sunday, when my grandmother calls, she didn't answer the phone, so everything was crazy," said Correia's father, Joaquin, to WBZ TV before tearing it down. Friends and family reported missing people on Monday. On Thursday morning, people who had disappeared outside the nightclub of Venus were hanging out, hoping to lead the case.
Correia, about 5 meters tall, 3 inches tall, was wearing a large hoop earrings, orange workwear and jean coat with red lips and pink wings on the back.
– I want my daughter back. If someone has a daughter, the situation doesn't matter, let's go and send Jassy home, ”said Joaquin Correia to WBZ.
Victoria Maestre Jassy Correia's best friend and daughter of the 2-year-old daughter. Maestre said her friend's disappearance was devastating.
– It's a heartbeat. This is inexplicable. I'm pretty speechless. I don't understand, "Maestre said, adding," I'm not going to sleep, I'm not going to eat until I find it. "
Anyone with information has to call the Boston Police at 617-343-4275.