FBI assists Oakwood Village in search for missing woman

FBI assists Oakwood Village in search for missing woman
Brandi Shakir. (Source: Oakwood Village Police)
Brandi Shakir. (Source: Oakwood Village Police)
Kyle Johnson (Source: Oakwood Village Police)
Kyle Johnson (Source: Oakwood Village Police)
Oakwood Village police on scene of suspected arson as they search for Brandi Shakir, abducted by ex-boyfriend. (Source: WOIO)
Oakwood Village police on scene of suspected arson as they search for Brandi Shakir, abducted by ex-boyfriend. (Source: WOIO)

OAKWOOD VILLAGE, OH (WOIO) - Police believe a missing Oakwood Village woman may be in danger. Now, they're asking for your help in finding her.

Officials searched Brandi Shakir's mom's house for evidence for several hours Monday night, after it was set on fire earlier in the day.

Police believe her ex-boyfriend, Kyle Johnson, abducted her then set fire to the home.

Oakwood Village Police say Shakir had a protection order against Johnson.

Brandi Shakir was last seen wearing green scrubs, a white t-shirt, Pandora bracelet with purple charms and she may be wearing glasses.

*The picture above shows Brandi in her current state

Johnson, 25,  was last seen wearing a dark hoodie and dark pants. Police described Johnson as a black man with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5'6" and weighs 210 lbs.

Police say he assaulted Shakir last week, leaving her with two black eyes and a broken eye socket.

According to police he was last seen leaving Oakwood Village at 10:35 a.m. Monday driving a black Acura with Ohio license plate EXV6585. The car, which belongs to a family member, has possible damage on the front passenger side.

Richmond Heights Police have a warrant out for his arrest.

"We're working collaboratively with several other agencies, trying to get to the bottom of everything, trying to bring Miss Brandi Shakir home safe to her family, who is pretty concerned about her," said Sgt. Kenneth Willner.

Johnson is considered armed and dangerous. If you see him or Shakir or the car call 911 immediately or 440-201-1008.

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