The kidnappers of two little girls kidnapped in Ondo contact the mother
The kidnappers of the two little girls kidnapped in Akure, capital of Ondo State, in their parents’ vehicle, contacted the girls’ parents but never asked for a ransom for the girls’ release.
A family source who revealed this said the girls’ kidnappers contacted the girls’ worried mother on Saturday evening, assuring her of the girls’ safety but did not discuss their freedom.
According to the source, the children spoke with their mother by phone, but the conversation lasted less than a minute when the line was cut.
He said the development had eased the tension a bit and said “the kidnappers contacted the woman on the phone on Saturday night and allowed her to speak with the captive children to hear their voices and see that they were okay. state.
“But while she was talking with the kids, they cut the conversation and cut the phone line and the number was gone. But they haven’t asked for a ransom yet. Since then, they haven’t called back until I talk to you.
Meanwhile, Ondo State Police Command said on Sunday that agents from the anti-kidnapping unit were on the trail of thugs who kidnapped the two children in the Leo neighborhood of Akure, the capital of Ondo State, Friday evening.
State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) Ms Funmilayo Odunlami, who did not disclose the identity of the woman, said the police were not giving in to the search for the victims.
Odunlami, however, revealed that the woman’s vehicle had been seized by the thugs to transport the two children was found but that the children were still with the kidnappers.
She said: “The men from the Anti-Abduction Unit are still working on this case and very soon the victims will be rescued. The vehicle they took the children with has been found and we are still on the trail of the kidnappers.
Gunmen suspected of being kidnappers attacked the mother-of-two on Friday night, ripped her car off at around 8:00 p.m. in front of her house and took the Toyota Camry car with the two children inside the car.
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