JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A man trying to deliver food to Publix was carjacked and abducted.
Clarence Few told police the suspects tied his arms and legs together and pointed a gun right at him. According to police reports, Few stopped at a gas station off 301 to fill up. He then went across the street, heading towards the Chevron and McDonald's.
Few told police three people came up behind him and threatened to take his money. Instead, they abducted him. Few told police he had a t-shirt over his head and was tied up in the back of his own truck. The suspects then dropped Few off inside a building near the Wal-Mart in Baker County before taking off.
The report describes how Few was able to break free by rubbing his head against the floor to get the t-shirt off and breaking the ropes around his ankles. With his hands still tied up, he walked across to this gas station, pleading for help.
Police are looking for at least three male suspects. They're believed to be between 30 and 35 years old.
Police say they were following the truck in a gray color mustang. They did get away with about 15 thousand dollars in stolen food.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.