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15-year-old ‘kidnapped’ from Karachi left home at his will: police

KARACHI: A 15-year old boy, who was said to have been kidnapped from Delhi Colony neighbourhood two days back, had left his house himself according to the Police, ARY News reported. 

A police official said that Subhan was recovered by the Police from Cantonment Railway Station area upon receiving information about his presence there.

According to Police, on Feb 4, the boy left his house for school but but went to hang out with his friend instead.

When it was late, he didn’t return to his house and instead met a police constable, Naseem, a resident of the same area, who took him to Manghopir area along with his accomplice Tauqeer.

After two days, they left the boy at a hotel in Delhi Colony after which he didn’t go back to his house owing to fear of his parents.

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The family of Subhan had registered a first information report (FIR) with regard to the alleged abduction of the boy.

Subsequently, the police arrested two people, including Naseem, on suspicion and kept them in custody for two days.

A police official said the boy was a drug addict himself and the persons who took him with them also made him drink.

In his statement, Naseem said the boy had come to them out of his own free will. “We went about loitering in Manghopir for two days and then dropped him off at a hotel in Delhi Colony.



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