Spartanburg police have only the description of the victim's car and a woman's alleged first name to go off of after the man says the woman stole his car.
The man told police that he met the woman on a chat line and only knew her as "Rachael."
According to the police report, the man started talking to the woman in late December and on Monday, he met her in a public place.
The man told police they spent the day driving around town going to different places. About 6:45 p.m., they stopped at the Walgreens on East Main Street and he went inside to get some snacks, according to police.
When the victim came back outside, police said the car and Rachael were gone. Police described the car as a gray 2004 Toyota Camry. The report said they planned to review the store's surveillance video.
Anyone with information on the car theft is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
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