Police recovers abducted 11-year-old tea vendor after two months

Police further added that they had also recovered a blue vehicle that was used by the main suspect to supply children to others.

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  • During a successful raid in Mandi Mor, the police arrested gang members involved in child abduction.
  • The victim said that the main suspect took him to his house in a car and detained him there for over two months.

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Police confirmed to have recovered an 11-year old tea vendor who had been kidnapped two months ago. The police also arrested suspect’s gang members during a successful raid in Mandi Mor.

FIR of the kidnapping of an 11-year old boy from Bahria Town phase VIII was lodged by his relative with Rawat Police. The report stated that a child had been missing for about 2 months, and the suspect who was previously arrested might be involved.

Police Raid

Following the FIR, the police conducted a raid, recovering the boy, and arrested the main member of the gang. Kidnapper resides in Khayaban-i-Sir Syed. Further, the police also provided a video to the media in which kidnappers confessed that he ”supplies” children to the main suspects.

He also stated that the main suspect brought children from Peshawar along with ice heroin. He said the main suspect was also involved in selling narcotics and forcing kidnapped children to take ice heroin before assaulting them. Kidnapper also admitted that he had supplied three to four children to the main suspect, who was residing in Bahria Town Phase VIII.

Victim’s Interview

The police is still interviewing the child victim and he has not been handed over to his parents yet.

In a video released by the police, the child cited that the main suspect took him to his house in a car and detained him there for over two months.

He said the suspect intoxicated and sexually assaulted him. Police further added that they had also recovered a blue vehicle that was used by the main suspect to supply children to others.


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