A Georgia woman who was found dead in the trunk of her car was most likely lured by teenagers, her family said.
Toni Abad’s body was found Friday morning after employees at a Waffle House in South Fulton County alerted police to a suspicious vehicle behind the restaurant.
When police arrived they noticed the driver’s side window of the car was broken, WXIA reports. Officers then found the 58-year-old woman’s body in the trunk.
De’asia Page and Jared Kemp, both 18, were arrested and charged with murder.
According to WSB-TV, surveillance video showed that Abad had been flagged down by a woman, believed to be Page, late Thursday as she was leaving work at Publix.
Abad’s family and friends believe Page asked for a ride and led Abad to a location where Kemp was waiting.
The teens allegedly stole Christmas gifts Abad had bought for her grandchildren and then beat her before abandoning her car, her family said.
Sandra Scott, who works at Publix, told Fox 5 Atlanta that Page was seen asking for rides Thursday night.
Scott said Page approached her