Toddler Kidnapped

2013-05-10 00:00

PHOENIX police are investigating a case of kidnapping after a two-year-old girl was allegedly taken from her home by her father.

In an e-mail doing the rounds yesterday, it was stated that the girl’s adoptive mother had contacted the father in a bid to finalise her adoption.

“They tracked the father down and he had asked them to pay him R20 000 for the child,” the chain e-mail states.

Yesterday, The Witness received an SMS that claimed that the girl had been found raped and murdered, but this proved to be untrue.

Police spokesperson Colonel Jay Naicker said they had not yet made any arrests.

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