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Wednesday, 21 February 2024 2.58 AM IST

Police groping in the dark about gang behind abduction of Abigail Sara; car, house not yet found

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KOLLAM: The police are groping in the dark about the gang behind the abduction of Abigail Sara. The vehicle in which the accused travelled and the house they stayed with the child are yet to be found. The police are planning to examine more CCTV visuals. The police informed that sketches of more accused will be prepared.

It is indicated that two including a woman are under observation. It is also indicated that the police had earlier received information that the child was likely to be abandoned somewhere in Kollam city. The police investigation is focused on the youth, a native of Chandanathope Kuzhiyam, who is a notorious thief and gangster. Though his house and the houses of his friends were searched, nothing could be found.

The woman who called Abigail’s mother seeking ransom said everything is as per the directive of boss. The police conclude that the thief and the gangster is the boss. Apart from many theft cases, he is accused in cases such as quotation attack and extortion. There are five theft cases in his name at Kollam West station alone.


He had shifted from Moolangara near Ramankulangara to Chandanathope several years ago. He had served jail time in a theft case. However, the neighbors told police that they don't see him much lately. His elder brother is lodged in Chennai Central Jail in a murder case. His niece is suspected to be the woman in the abduction gang.

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TAGS: CRIME, POLICE, GROPING IN THE DARK, GANG, BEHIND ABDUCTION, ABIGAIL SARA, CAR, HOUSE, NOT YET FOUND
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