The woman was seen talking to the man in a newer model, white Crown Victoria or Mercury Grand Marquis.
Tampa, Florida -- UPDATE: The apparent kidnapping turned out to be a father picking up his 16-year-old daughter after she missed her bus.
Officers searching for the missing girl spotted the vehicle of question at a fast food restaurant near 30th St. and confronted the driver, 31-year-old Arma Rechard Mitchell.
Police say Mitchell explained that he was in an argument with his daughter after she missed her bus and called him for a ride.
When he arrived, the girl told him that she planned to wait for her grandparents to pick her up instead, as they are her legal guardians and advised her to do so.
Reports say he forced her into the car anyway, but drove her to her grandparents' house.
Police later found the girl uninjured, shopping with her grandmother.
A large scale search is under way for a woman who police say was dragged into a car in a Walgreens parking lot Wednesday afternoon.
Tampa Police say the woman was seen talking to a man in a newer model, white Crown Victoria or Mercury Grand Marquis in the parking lot at 2115 East Hillsborough Ave. When she started to walk away from the car, he followed her and dragged her into the car.
Police say she tried to fight him off, but he was able to get away with her.
The man is described as a black male, last seen wearing a white tank top and jean shorts.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to call the Tampa Police Department at 813 231-6130.