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UPDATE: Kidnapping suspects captured after woman rescued in Pahrump

Woman was kidnapped in March 2020
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Posted at 7:49 AM, Jan 05, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-05 21:01:04-05

NYE COUNTY (KTNV) — 1: 55 P.M. UPDATE: The Nye County Sheriff's Office reports it has captured two alleged kidnappers connected to a Las Vegas woman's kidnapping from March 2020. The sheriff's department says they were arrested in Henderson and will be brought back to Nye County.

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A Las Vegas woman who was kidnapped in March 2020 has been rescued and local law enforcement are looking for her alleged kidnappers.

The Nye County Sheriff's Office says they are looking for 49-year-old Keith Holman and 36-year-old Krisin Pfaff in connection with her disappearance. The couple is facing numerous charges, including kidnapping, false imprisonment, involuntary servitude and more.

According NCSO, they received a call on Jan. 1 from the victim's mother. She told them that her daughter, whom she had not heard from since her disappearance, was sending her messages via Facebook.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Missing Persons Unit and the Nye County Sheriff's Office had searched the Pahrump area for the woman after her initial disappearance but were unable to locate her at the time. They reportedly "exhausted all leads" at the time.

The victim was able to provide a description of where she was being held and detectives were able to locate the building where she was being confined.

The sheriff's office says that she was being held in a building with bars on the windows and steel doors. The building was also surrounded by video cameras and motion detectors. Detectives say the victim was forced to do manual labor for the couple and would be beaten if she refused. She would also be left in the building with little food or water while the couple would visit Las Vegas for several days at a time.

It is believed that Holman sexually assaulted the victim in 2018 before kidnapping her.

This is not the first time that Holman and Pfaff have been in trouble in Pahrump.

In 2018, they were arrested in connection to animal abuse and possible neglect.

On Dec. 27, 2017, deputies and animal control officers found five dogs who were in poor condition at a property on Leonard Street near Simkins and Blagg roads.

Additionally, they found evidence of narcotics possession and sales occurring on the property.

The couple was arrested on Jan. 5, 2018.

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Holman is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about their location should contact the sheriff's office.

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