By Ian Schwartz

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — A Realtor who planned on showing a home instead ended up with a gun in her face, Elk Grove Police said on Thursday.

The Realtor came to show a model home to someone she thought was a potential buyer, but instead was handcuffed and held captive by a man who is still on the run.

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“When officers first arrived, she was visibly shaken,” said Elk Grove Police spokesman Chris Trim.

For about an hour, police say the man held her captive. He then left in a truck.

“The agent exited the home, flagged down a security officer who was passing by, and he transported her to a Walmart on Elk Grove Boulevard and we were notified,” Trim said.

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The suspect didn’t take any money from the Realtor or anything from the home.

“Fortunately the victim was unharmed; she was not sexually assaulted,” Trim said.

The man wasn’t wearing a mask, so the Realtor got a good look at his face.

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“She did have an appointment with him so we do have some leads to work on and we are diligently following up on those right now,” Trim said.