Cedar Rapids, Iowa A Kansas-based convenience store chain says it will review its security policies in the aftermath of a kidnapping of a Cedar Rapids clerk.
Police rescued the clerk, Amanda Daniel, and captured the suspect, Keith Elson, Jr., at Elson's apartment on Monday, about seven hours after the kidnapping at the Kwik Shop.
Kwik Shop president Jeff Parker says the Hutchinson, Kan.-based chain is looking at its security policies to determine if changes are needed.
Surveillance video shows a man with a knife leading Daniel out of the store.
Parker says because of the cameras, police quickly determined what happened and started searching for the clerk and her kidnapper.
Kwik Shop is one of five convenience store chains owned by Cincinnati-based Kroger Co.