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Kurukshetra (Haryana) [India], Jan 18 ( ANI ): Kin of the alleged abductor in the savage rape and murder case of a 15-year-old Dalit girl in Haryana's Jind claimed they were tortured by the police officials.
Mumbai: A CCTV footage showed a three-year-old being carried away by an abductor at Navi Mumbai's Vashi railway station after the mother went to buy a snack outside the station.
Tears of the abductor mechanism are thought to be a gradual degenerative process.
Various studies have evaluated the multiple insertions of abductor pollicis Longus and have been documented in the literature.
The Celtic captain is struggling with an abductor injury and will miss his side's SPL clash against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park tonight.
In FY 2009, an RSO was the abductor in 2 percent of child abduction cases; in FY 2010, this figure dropped to 1 percent.
Palacios picked up an abductor muscle injury in the second half.
Meanwhile, the abductor injury that Keith Fahey sustained in a friendly game last night is not as serious as first feared.
Then there were the alert neighbors who not only called 911 but also pursued the abductor and were able to give police an idea of his direction after losing contact with the speeding car.
PARENTS in Formby are being warned about a potential child abductor who may be at large in the area.
The "petrified" girl managed to escape unharmed a short time later when her silent abductor, who said nothing to her during the ordeal, stopped at Star City, in Nechells.
In a later TV interview, she described how she tried to signal for help with her eyes during occasional outings with her abductor.
The abductor, identified as Kim Gwang Hyun, in August 1978 abducted Kim Young Nam, who was then a high school student, the Chosun Ilbo reported.