Boy, 2, reunited with parents after kidnapping

2013-12-20 12:34
An SA police officer (File, Sapa)

An SA police officer (File, Sapa)

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Durban - A 2-year-old boy who was kidnapped when hijackers stole his father’s bakkie in Durban has been reunited with his parents, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Friday.

 The little boy, Emmanuel Khoza, was found on Friday morning by a member of the community at the KwaMashu men’s hostel and was taken to the police station, Colonel Jay Naicker said.

“Detectives immediately gave him something to eat before he was reunited with his parents. His parents are elated to have their son back without having been harmed in any way,” Naicker said.

Khoza was kidnapped by three hijackers in Durban's Cato Manor area.

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