Search goes on for missing Pearland woman

HOUSTON [AUDIO: Hear the 911 call from after the alleged abduction]

/*Susana DeJesus*/ was last seen Monday night when she was forced into her car at gunpoint. Investigators don't believe the act was random.

Now there is a big push this weekend to get her back home. Family and friends of DeJesus were at parking lots around Reliant Stadium passing out missing person flyers Sunday afternoon. They also visited a shopping center near Meyerland. They hope their efforts convince anyone with information to help the police locate DeJesus.

"Just if they hear anything, if they have any information, to keep a lookout," said friend Cindy Cavazos. "Call the police, call Equusearch, call Crime Stoppers, call someone just to let somebody know. We're trying to get the word out so if someone has her, they let her go and bring her home."

DeJesus was taken at gunpoint Monday night from outside the Pearland store where she worked. The most solid piece of evidence investigators have is an ATM surveillance photo of the masked gunman in DeJesus' vehicle.

Crime Stoppers has announced it is offering a $15,000 reward for information that helps lead to an arrest and conviction in this case.

If you have any information that can help in this case, call Brazoria County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-460-2222.

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