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UPDATE: Woman kidnapped from Crossville home found safe

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Layla Faith Aperans, 21, who police was taken against her will. CCSO photo Layla Faith Aperans, 21, who police was taken against her will. CCSO photo
David Douglas, who police believe kidnapped Layla Faith Aperans. CCSO photo David Douglas, who police believe kidnapped Layla Faith Aperans. CCSO photo
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN - UPDATE (10/6/14):  Authorities say a Cumberland County, Tennessee, woman who was allegedly kidnapped has been found safe in  Kentucky.

Witnesses told investigators that 21-year-old Layla Aperans was taken against her will around 9:00 p.m. Thursday.     

She was found at a truck stop with her alleged kidnapper, 44-year-old Douglas Davis.

Davis was taken into custody and Aperans has been reunited with her family in Crossville.
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CROSSVILLE, TN (WBIR) - The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office is looking for a woman who was taken against her will from a home in Crossville.

Witnesses told investigators that Layla Faith Aperans, 21, was taken by Douglas Davis, 44, around 9 pm Thursday night. The pair left in a gold Toyota Camry stolen from the house where she was taken.

Layla has brown hair, blue eyes, wears glasses and has a nose ring. She is 5'4" and weighs 115 pounds and has a large tattoo from her rib cage to her right shoulder of multi-colored stars making a flower. She was wearing jeans and a light green t-shirt.

Douglas is bald with hazel eyes, and has multiple tattoos on his arms and legs. He is 5'7" and weighs 194 pounds.

The Camry is a 1998 model with Tennessee license plate L1738T.

If anyone has any information, they should call their local law enforcement or the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office at (931) 484-6176.

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