The police sketch of one of the men who kidnapped Abigail, a six-year-old girl from Kollam. The six-year-old Abigail Sara Reji, of Oyoor in Kerala’s Kollam district. On Monday evening, November 27, Abigail, a grade 1 student. The police have released a sketch of one of the kidnappers and have asked someone with information to call the designated helpline at 112 immediately.
“They arrived in a car, handed me a piece of paper, and asked me to give it to my mother.” They hauled her into the car after I refused to take it. “I hit them with a stick, but they wouldn’t let her go,” he told the press. He stated that the vehicle contained three guys and women following the call. At 9.30 p.m., upped the ransom sum to Rs 10 lakh.
“With us, the youngster is safe. Arrange Rs 10 lakh by 10 a.m. and we will bring the child. Do not call the cops; we will bring the child to your home. Please do not call back; this is not our phone number.
During the phone call, the relative requested Abigail’s release, professing willingness to pay the ransom immediately. However, the kidnapper was heard insisting on waiting until the next morning, citing orders from their employer.
The first call came from a Partially grocery store, where the kidnappers had purchased biscuits, rusk, and coconuts. According to witnesses at the business, a man and a lady arrived in an auto-rickshaw and made these purchases before leaving. “There were two of them, a man and a woman.” “They came in on an auto-rickshaw and asked for biscuits,” the shopkeeper explained.
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Meanwhile, the neighbourhood has banded together, creating groups to assist the police in their search for Abigail throughout the night. The police have warned the public and the media not to circulate false information.
Minister KN Balagopal told the public that an intensive search is underway and expressed hope that Abigail would be found soon. “According to information, the child will be found soon. “I might not have gone very far,” he informed the press.