Man possibly abducted in Memphis found safe, police say

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. —The man who was reportedly abducted in Memphis has now been found safe, according to police. Sonny Lyles, 44, was reported missing by a family member. According to police, authorities responded to the 2500 block of Jackson Avenue around 1 p.m. on Wednesday, September 4, after receiving an abduction call. Witnesses stated Lyles was possibly forced into a blue Nissan Maxima with a partial Tennessee tag 31Da. The suspects were a man and woman. Police have not said where Lyles was found or if he was ever abducted.

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