'Let My Daughter Go': Dad Pleads for Abducted Daughter's Life
Philadelphia police are searching for missing 22-year-old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither after she was abducted by a man Sunday night, a crime captured on chilling surveillance video (watch below).
The victim's father Carl Freeland spoke to Kimberly Guilfoyle on "Fox and Friends" this morning and made a plea to the person that abducted her.
"Just let my daughter go," Freeland said. "If anything, come get me. Just let her go. She's a sweet young lady. She's not gonna harm you or anybody else. So please, just let my daughter go."
Freeland said he knows everyone is doing everything they can to help, and he appreciates it, but he just wants answers and his daughter home safe.
He described Carlesha as lovable, honest, hardworking, outgoing and generous and said, if she's watching, "I love you. We're doing everything we can to get you."
Police said the suspect is an African American male, 5'10'', about 25-30 years old with a medium to heavy build. He was wearing a hooded jacket, dark hat and dark pants. If you have information, please call Philadelphia Police Northwest Detectives at (215) 686-3353.
Watch Guilfoyle's emotional interview with Freeland above and watch the chilling surveillance video below.