A Bay Area woman who was reportedly kidnapped and assaulted at gunpoint escaped from her alleged captors Sunday.

Shortly after her escape, the two alleged sex traffickers, 33-year-old man from San Francisco and an 18-year-old woman from Stockton, were arrested in South San Francisco, police said in a statement Monday.

The 22-year-old victim was held up at gunpoint early Sunday morning, police said, and was reportedly held captive at a hotel in South San Francisco. The woman was forced to do sex work against her will in San Francisco and Oakland, police said, and was allegedly physically assaulted by the two.

She was able to escape, and was found by police during a welfare check. Police found the suspects inside a vehicle shortly after, and they were arrested despite initially resisting, police said.

The suspects are currently in custody in San Mateo County. South San Francisco police said that the male suspect was already on “post release community supervision” for prior pandering charges.

The woman who reportedly escaped was reunited with her family with the aid of county officials.

A representative for South San Francisco police did not immediately respond to a request for comment from SFGATE.

Bay City News Service contributed to this report.