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.

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.