HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A Fort Worth, Texas man accused of kidnapping two teenage girls in New Hampshire was arrested during a traffic stop in Connecticut on Friday, police said.
Police said Cameron Snody, 18, flew to New Hampshire to meet a 17-year-old girl he had been communicating with on a messaging app. He went to the girl’s hometown of Swanzey early Friday morning, stole a car belonging to the girl’s brother and drove her and her 15-year-old friend to New York City, New Hampshire State Police said.READ MORE: Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office Seeks A&M Kwik Mart Armed Robbery Suspect
Swanzey police notified New Hampshire State Police shortly after 9 a.m. about a reported kidnapping.
Relatives later were able to contact the younger girl, who told them they were driving back north, authorities said.READ MORE: Dallas Police Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver After Pedestrian Struck At Bus Stop
Connecticut State Police were alerted to the kidnapping and stopped the stolen car on Interstate 91 in Hartford.
The girls were evaluated at a hospital and determined to be unharmed, police said.
Snody was held in Connecticut on $500,000 bail and is expected to be brought to New Hampshire soon to face kidnapping and theft charges, police said. It was not clear if Snody has a lawyer who could respond to the allegations.MORE NEWS: Customs Agents Seize $50K+ In Meth Hidden Under 18-Year-Old's Clothing At Texas/Mexico Border
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