Stanley Staco and WBZ report that around 1:30 a.m., four masked gunmen burst into an apartment on New Whitney Street in the Mission Park development and kidnapped a 16-year-old girl - after first using zipties to restrain her mother
About 50 minutes later, the teen was found outside a Dunkin' Donuts on Adams Street in Dorchester Lower Mills, her wrists still bound.
WBZ says the men broke into the apartment in search of money, took the girl to demand ransom and that police are investigating a possible drug connection in what was the address's second home invasion in two years.
The kidnapping was also Mission Hill's second home invasion in four days.
Boston Police provided additional details:
On arrival, officers spoke to a female caller who reported four black males forced their way into her home with firearms, kidnapped her daughter and stole her Colby 39″ Plasma TV and Sony Play Station both still in the boxes. The suspects also stole her white Toyota Sienna.
The victim told officers the armed suspects were dressed in black hooded sweatshirts and were wearing facemasks. Three of the men were described as thin, the forth as heavy and short. She further reported two of the suspects spoke Spanish, two others were speaking another language Cape Verdean.
The female victim reported once inside the home the suspects repeatedly told her, in Spanish, to keep quiet and threatened to kill her. The victim told officers the suspects taped her mouth, wire tied her hands, and placed her on the couch.
A short time later, she stated the suspects marched up to her 16 year old daughter's room wired her hands together and taped her mouth shut. The suspects then took the keys to the victim's white minivan, blindfolded the daughter, and took her with them in the minivan.
Police say that after officers found the daughter on Adams Street, they found her mother's minivan - on Chesterton Street in Roxbury. They add the plasma TV turned up near the vehicle.