Her story is changing.
Police in Madison, Wisconsin, say a college student who went missing for several days this week now says she wasn't kidnapped from her apartment as she'd first said, but from somewhere else in the city.
Audrey Seiler initially said she was kidnapped from outside her apartment. But police say the 20-year-old woman changed her story when they confronted her with what they called "inconsistencies."
Assistant Police Chief Noble Wray tells reporters Seiler now claims she was abducted at knifepoint from somewhere else in Madison. He didn't give details. Wray says Seiler told police she left her apartment because she "wanted to be alone."
Security camera footage showed Seiler walking out of her apartment early Saturday. She was found Wednesday in a marsh about two miles away.
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