Cincinnati police want the entire Tri-State to be on the look out for a grey Mazda Tribute SUV. Investigators say the owner of the SUV was abducted in that vehicle downtown, robbed in Avondale, then later raped in Fairmount. The victim works for the Hamilton County Job and Family Services office. The abduction happened at 7AM Monday across the street from the building in a public parking lot on Sycamore near 12th. Cincinnati Police Captain Steve Luebbe tells FOX 19, "Obviously the victim is traumatized but she is a very brave individual. She did the right thing. She got out of the situation alive." The suspect, who was armed with a shotgun, is described as a black male age 20 to 30 with a goatee, he wore a full or 3/4 length blue denim trench coat, grey pants, and a black stocking cap. If you can help call CrimeStoppers (513) 352-3040.