Philadelphia police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who may have abducted a customer at a bank in the Oxford Circle section of Philadelphia. 

The incident happened at 4:45 p.m.Tuesday at a Wells Fargo bank on the 6600 block of Castor Avenue. 

Another man in the bank punched the victim and dragged him into a waiting minivan. 

The victim was heard to say "I don't want to go with you," police said. 

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Surveillance cameras captured the incident, but do not show the man being dragged out of the bank. 

The suspect is described as a black male, dreadlocks, 30 years-of-age, 5’7"-5’8", medium build, wearing a brown puffy vest, gray hooded sweatshirt, and jeans.

Despite witnesses hearing the man say he didn't want to go with the suspect, police are stopping short of calling this an actual abduction. 

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Earlier this month, police released surveillance video of another alleged abduction. In that case, a woman was forced into a car on Halloween and her image was distributed by police as part of an investigation. 

That incident turned out to be what police called a 'family dispute.'