Vallejo police plan to interview woman reported kidnapped earlier this week 

Vallejo police said detectives are making travel arrangements so they can meet with Denise Huskins, the woman who reportedly was kidnapped for ransom Monday in Vallejo and was found safe in Huntington Beach this morning.

"From an investigative standpoint, nothing has changed. We are still tenaciously moving forward while evaluating and verifying all information flow and investigative leads," police said in a statement this afternoon.

Vallejo police said they were informed around 10:30 a.m. by Huntington Beach police that Huskins, 30, was found safe.

Huntington Beach police said Huskins has been moved to an undisclosed location with a family member. Huskins is a former resident of Huntington Beach.

Huntington Beach police spokeswoman Jennifer Marlatt said, "No details are being released on how she got here as to not compromise Vallejo's current investigation."

Vallejo police said they will continue "to remain guarded with specific information" until they can release information "in a responsible manner."

The department has scheduled a news conference for 3 p.m. today to discuss the case.

Huskins was believed to have been taken against her will from a residence in the 500 block of Kirkland Avenue on Mare Island early Monday morning.

Around 2 p.m. Monday, a man reported the kidnapping and more than 75 people began searching on Mare Island, police said.

Huskins' Toyota Camry was found in Vallejo and police said they believe it was taken from her home.

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