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Louisiana Family Rescues Kidnap Victim

Brittney Arceneaux, 29, was rescued by her family almost three days after she went missing. In a chilling photo, her uncle carries Arceneaux, who was covered in blood, to a vehicle soon after they bust down a door of an abandoned house where they found her. Arceneaux’s ex-boyfriend Scott Thomas, who has been abusive to her in the past, was shot dead by an armed member of Arceneaux’s family. (Photo: AP Photo/The Lafayette Daily Advertiser, Leslie Westbrook)

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