A video released by Shasta County Sheriff’s investigators Tuesday shows California mother Sherri Papini running to safety after she was released from captivity on Nov. 24, 2016, following her abduction on Nov. 2, 2016. The latest evidence in Papini's disappearance case comes days after authorities found inconsistency in her story about the day she went missing.

The video, captured about 4:15 a.m. local time, shows the Redding woman running by the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Woodland and out of view. Moments later, she is caught again in the camera running back in the direction she came, towards Interstate 5 (I-5).

"She went to the church looking for help," Shasta County Sheriff’s Sgt. Brian Jackson said according to a report, adding that since it was before dawn, "nobody was there."

On Thanksgiving Day morning last year, Papini was found by police on I-5 with a chain connecting her waist and left arm, and two hose clamps around her ankles. She had been heavily battered, and after months of recovery gave details about the day she was kidnapped and her abductors.

Papini told police that two Hispanic women — one with curly hair, and the other with straight hair — who had covered their faces and spoke mostly Spanish, had abducted her. However, last month police said the details given by Papini did not add up.

Authorities found that the California mom had male DNA on her clothes when she was picked up by cops, despite her claims that she was kidnapped by two women. They later discovered that an incident Papini told cops about her fighting back against one of her captors apparently never happened. Female DNA also was discovered on Papini’s body but the samples have not been identified.

"When she was being processed at the hospital … no evidence of a cut was seen in the photographs," Jackson told the Record Searchlight newspaper in Redding last month.

Investigators had also found that Papini had been texting an unidentified male acquaintance from Michigan.

"Days prior to Sherri’s disappearance, Sherri and the male acquaintance texted each in an attempt to meet while he was in California," a sheriff’s office press release stated. "Sheriff’s Office detectives interviewed him in Michigan and determined he was not involved in Sherri’s disappearance."

Since details about the investigation were released late last month, investigators have received several tips and they now hope the surveillance footage could generate more, reports said.

The FBI is also offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the abductors' identification. Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at (916) 746-7000.

Last month, investigators also released audio from a 911 call regarding the kidnapping of Papini. Her husband, Keith Papini, called authorities Nov. 2, 2016, when he returned home to discover she wasn’t at their house.

"I just got home from work and my wife wasn’t there which is unusual and my kids should have been there by now from, like, daycare," he said in the call. "I thought maybe she went on a walk. I couldn’t find her so I called the daycare to see what time she picked up the kids. The kids were never picked up."

Keith went on to say that he tried to find his wife’s phone using the "Find My iPhone" app, which said her phone was at the end of the driveway.

"I found her phone and it’s got, like, hair ripped out of it, like in the headphones," he said. "So I’m totally freaking out thinking somebody, like, grabbed her."