A teen girl was snatched off a Queens street and driven off by a strange man — but was able to escape, cops said.
The 14-year-old girl had just left a College Point supermarket around 11 p.m. when the man — holding a clipboard with her photo attached to it — approached her about a block away, at 123rd Street and 20th Avenue, according to cops and police sources.
He suddenly grabbed her and shoved her into the rear passenger seat of his black Honda sedan, authorities said.
He drove around with his teen victim for about 20 minutes before he stopped his car at 129th Street and got out to make a phone call, police sources said.
The victim, who was not restrained, managed to escape, cops said.
She fled to a gas station in Whitestone, where she flagged down a woman who called her mother for her and drove her home, according to authorities and the sources.
The victim, who was not physically hurt, called 911 when she got home around 12:30 a.m., police said.
The suspect was still on the loose Tuesday.
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