ORLANDO, Fla. (WFTV) -- A woman may have been attacked during a home invasion at the Amara apartments on Raleigh Street, Orlando police said.
The victim told police she has no recollection of the possible attack, but said her hands were tied when she woke up, and she was not sure what might have happened during the seven-hour gap.
"I just moved here. It got me thinking that I have to move again," said neighbor Kaleb Monstime.
Orlando police said that at about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, the 55-year-old woman only remembers getting home and putting her keys up.
She said that's all she remembers before waking up at about 6 a.m. the next day with duct tape tied around her hands and with a head injury.
The woman ran outside and got a neighbor to call 911, believing she had been attacked.
Neighbors said it could be easy for someone to come and go undetected at the apartment complex.
"Everybody just has easy access to the property, and I'm like, at my old apartment they had security," Monstime said. "They probably need to get some security over here."
Police said that she was not intoxicated, and that they don't have any suspects or descriptions at this point.