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Gbarpolu Police Yet Arrest Culprits In ‘Kidnapping’ Case
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Gbarpolu Police Yet  Arrest  Culprits  In ‘Kidnapping’ Case

By Emmanuel Mondaye, LINA Gbarpolu County Correspondent

BOPOLU, November 20 (LINA) - Police are yet to arrest those involved  in the recent alleged kidnapping of a 13-year-old girl in Gbarpolu County.

Three men allegedly kidnapped the girl (name withheld) while she was returning from the market and tied her to a tree, but she was rescued when her dog viciously attacked the assailants, police told the Liberia News Agency.

Meanwhile, the father of the girl, Joseph Kamara, has expressed frustration about the delay in making public findings of the investigation into the case.

In an interview with the Liberia News Agency (LINA) Wednesday, Kamara said he was worried about the safety of his daughter since the police has  not made any arrests.

He quoted his daughter  has  telling the Police Tuesday that she can identify two of her attackers when she sees them.

When contacted, Gbarpolu County Police Chief Superintendent Adolphus S. Cole said the police are still investigating the case, and promised to make public the findings as soon as the probe is completed.



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