kidnapper


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The IGP and SSP Islamabad has appreciated this performance of SIU of Islamabad police which arrested the kidnappers within 36 hours after lodging of report.
Another Jalalabad resident Nasiri said his kidnapped son was rescued by security forces before he could pay the ransom money to his kidnappers.
But, in the meanwhile, the kidnapper called up the child's father Habibullah Mir and demanded a ransom of 500,000 rupees.
The kidnappers demanded that staff meet them at Rosie O'Grady's in Redcar, where the kidnappers would be wearing white flowers.
The kidnappers told him that they would be checking into the backgrounds of the hostages to see if they really were peace activists.
The Pakistan-based news agency said that a caller identifying himself as Taimur claimed that the kidnappers of Clementina Cantoni, 32, are not common criminals as earlier reported but members of a ''reformist group'' seeking the establishment of Islamic order in Afghanistan.
AFGHAN officials claimed to be closing in on the kidnappers of three UN workers yesterday - as the women were paraded in a video.
PESHAWAR -- Inspector General of Police, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Nasir Khan Durrani has said that the achievements made by Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) against dreaded terrorists and kidnappers had no parallel in the history of the province.
Adly contacted the Commander of the Second Field Army in Sinai, Major General Ahmed Wasfy and repeated to him what the kidnapper said.
That the kidnappers had snatched Ruby's mobile phone and used it to make calls for ransom gave the police more reason to doubt the Chaurasias.
This incident indicates that child kidnappers are going around hospitals, malls and markets.
The kidnapper drove to Everett Martin Park about five miles away.