Four men in Haryana’s Faridabad allegedly abducted and gangraped a 23-year-old woman, who was on her way home after work, for close to two hours in a moving car on Saturday, The Indian Express reported on Monday.

The police are examining footage from CCTV cameras to identify the four, said Pooja Dabla, the head of the Special Investigation Team set up to investigate the case.

The incident took place around 6.30 pm, the woman said in her complaint to the police. She said she was near Sector 9 when a Scorpio drew up next to her and the occupants forced her into the vehicle. The abductors then switched off her phone and began to sexually assault her, the police said.

The complainant’s cousin, who was on the phone with her at the time of her abduction, and eyewitnesses alerted the police about the incident. The police then set up checkpoints across the city.

“The woman was finally found in Sikri village, close to where she had been released,” The Indian Express quoted officer Sube Singh of the Faridabad Police as saying. “The abductors, however, managed to get through our net.”

Faridabad Police Commissioner Hanif Qureshi was transferred soon after the 23-year-old’s gangrape was reported. He has been posted as the inspector general of police (security) and replaced by Hisar Inspector General of Police Amitabh Singh Dhillon. The press release did not mention the reason for his transfer.

Earlier on Monday, reports said a body of a 15-year-old Dalit girl was found in Haryana’s Jind. A medical examination indicated that she was raped by several individuals before being killed.