December 1, 2023
A man and woman were in the SUV that slammed into the van, police said.

SAN RAMON — An Amazon delivery driver came away unscathed physically after two people kidnapped and forced the worker to drive to two banks and pull out money from an ATM, police said.

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Officers responded to the kidnapping Saturday about 4 p.m. and found the victim at the Bank of America in the 3100 block of Crow Canyon Road, according to a statement from San Ramon police Lt. Leysy Pelayo.

The driver, a man whose age wasn’t released, told officers that an SUV with a man driving and a woman as a passenger ran into the work van, Pelayo said. She added that the two in the SUV then forced the driver to go to a San Ramon bank and take money out of an ATM. Pelayo did not say how the suspects forced the driver to go to the bank.

Pelayo said the two then forced the driver to go to a bank in Dublin, but that they were unable to get any more money from an ATM at that bank. Once that happened, the two fled, leaving the driver behind.

Police did not identify the suspects publicly.