Ellen Goldberg, NBC 5 News
A Grapevine man at a Dallas bank was forced into his car at gunpoint and forced to withdraw money from several ATMs in Dallas and Irving.
Dallas police are looking for four robbers who kidnapped a man at gunpoint from a Dallas ATM.
It happened early Tuesday morning at the Bank of America in the 4000 block of Cedar Springs Road.
Rudolph Dinwiddie, 43, of Grapevine, told police he was withdrawing cash from the ATM at about midnight when the robbers approached him and took his wallet and keys at gunpoint.
Dinwiddie told police they forced him into the back of his car, where he was bound with handcuffs, duct tape and zip ties. He forced to withdraw money from several ATMs in Dallas and Irving.
The victim was dumped in an empty Irving field, his hands and feet still bound with duct tape. A passer-by spotted him and called police.
Dallas police said it appears to be an isolated case.
Merchants in the popular Cedar Springs Entertainment District said they were were stunned by the crime. They recently hired private security to patrol and said they thought their crime problems were improving.
"We always would like more police presence in the area, but I don't know what can be done, because these things continue to happen," said Jeff Wright, of the Cedar Springs Merchants Association.
Dinwiddie was treated for cuts on his wrists at an Irving hospital. Dallas police said they are still investigating the case and working with Bank of America to get surveillance video.