- Alisa Summers, 37, is separated from her husband Trevor Summers, 39
- She went to talk to him at his home in Riverview on Saturday but never returned
- Witnesses say they saw her screaming for help as she was bundled into a car
- The car – a dark-blue Saturn Outlook, license plate GLH M32, is registered to her
- She was kidnapped around 9pm from outside a Walgreens in the Fishhawk area
- Police say Trevor is a likely suspect in the kidnapping
Police are hunting for a mother of five last seen being bundled into her own car with her hands tied together in Hillsborough County on Saturday.
Alisa Summers, 37, was seen screaming for help as she was shoved into her dark blue Saturn Outlook, outside a Walgreens on Fishhawk Crossing Boulevard.
Her husband, Trevor Steven Summers, 39, is a possible suspect in the kidnapping,ABC Action News said.
Gone: Alisa Summers (left and right) was seen being kidnapped at around 9pm on Saturday. Police say husband Trevor (left) is a likely suspect. The pair are separated from each other
Kids: The pair have five children together, as seen in pictures on Alisa’s Facebook page from as late as September. In November she posted that she was moving to another city
Alisa and Trevor Summers are separated and have injunctions out against one another.
Alisa, of Valrico, went to his Riverview home to talk to him about their marriage on Saturday, police said.
She did not return to her house.
Instead, she was seen apparently with her hands tied behind her back and being pushed into her car at 9pm outside the Walgreens, around 20 minutes’ drive from his Riverside home.
The Saturn Outlook has the license plate GLH M32, and is registered to Alisa.
Vehicle: This is Alisa’s dark blue Saturn Outlook, license plate GLH M32, which she was said to have been bundled into. She was screaming and her hands were tied behind her back
Alisa and Trevor are seen together – along with five children – in photographs on her Facebook page as late as September.
But in November a status update said that she had moved to Valrico.
And posts after that suggest a tumultuous time in her life.
In one post on February 25, she shared this post from author Lisa Terkeurst: ‘The enemy wants us to get so discouraged that we flirt with feelings of defeat. He wants our hearts broken, our spirits weakened, and our minds filled with fear.
‘But we know how this story ends. So we will not back down or shy away. We are Jesus girls!’
Alisa remarked: ‘Exactly what I needed!’
Anyone with information on Alisa, Trevor or the car is asked to call Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on (813) 247-8200.
Location: She was taken from outside this Walgreens, around 20 minutes from Trevor’s home. She appeared to have separated from Trevor at between September and November last year