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Police seek kidnap suspect after standoff

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Suspect Gilberto Villarreal Suspect Gilberto Villarreal
Possible kidnap victim Natalie Rose McCoy Possible kidnap victim Natalie Rose McCoy
NAPOLEON, Ohio -

Police are searching for an alleged kidnapper after a standoff at a mobile home park in Napoleon Monday afternoon.

Napoleon Police responded to a report of shots fired at #56 Sunnydale in the Valleybrook Estates Mobile Home Park at little after noon.

The homeowner told police that an unknown man had entered his residence through a window and assaulted his friend Natalie Rose McCoy of Defiance, Ohio. The homeowner attempted to help, but the man had a shotgun. The homeowner wrestled with the man and the gun went off. The man regained control of his gun, but the homeowner managed to escape through a window.

Police evacuated the surrounding area and assessed the situation. Napoleon Schools re-routed school buses away from the area to ensure the safety of students.

At 3:20 p.m., a Wood County tactical team entered the mobile home and found it empty.

Residents were allowed to return home.

Police are treating the situation as a kidnapping. The suspect has been identified as Gilberto Villarreal, Jr. He is 27-years-old, stands 175 lbs with black hair and brown eyes.

A gold Impala with the Ohio license plate ESN2626 was reported leaving the scene.

The missing woman is Natalie Rose McCoy, 24-years-old with blonde hair and hazel eyes.

If you have any information, please call the Napoleon Police at 419-599-2810.

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