Barefoot woman filmed ringing doorbell with wrists shackled found safe

Hannah Rogers
August 31, 2018

A mystery woman who was caught on camera in the middle of the night frantically ringing a doorbell in Texas has been found safe and well.

In the deeply upsetting video, the woman has no trousers on, seems very distressed and appears to be wearing restraints on both wrists. The video of the woman was from Montgomery County, which is about 50 miles northwest of Houston.

As reported by the Independent, the Montgomery woman luckily has also been found safe and sound.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said Thursday that the man whose death broke open the case was 49-year-old Dennis Ray Collins. Deputies received information a male made suicidal comments.

When deputies arrived, they found the man's body inside the home.

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A auto pulls up in the background and a man approaches, eventually dragging the woman away from the door by her hair.

Police added that the woman's boyfriend appears to have died from a "single gunshot wound".

A Nevada woman thinks that Caitlin Denison (pictured) is the mystery woman in a disturbing surveillance video [Photo: Facebook]Authorities arrived to the scene shortly after the incident, when a concerned citizen called for police assistance, claiming the mystery woman reportedly rang several doorbells of homes in the neighborhood. However, she is believed to have been the victim of domestic violence. The investigation will continue.

Inside Edition posted the video, along with footage of two other women, seen to be ringing doorbells in the dark of night.

The victim, identified only as being 32-years-old, apparently drove to Dallas in a auto after ringing doorbells in the neighborhood from which she fled. The ex-wife, whom authorities did not name Thursday, also told police that Mr. Collins had sent her a text message that made her fear he might hurt himself. When no one answered the door, she went back to the house she was staying in with Collins, got a vehicle and fled to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, officials said.

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