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Police Is Looking For The Families Of Children Rescued From Child Trafficking Syndicates

The Nigeria Police Force is currently in search of the families of three children, two girls and a boy, stolen from their families since June 2019.

 

Frank Mba, the spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force, told newsmen on Monday, June 29, that the three children were among six rescued by the Intelligence Response Team (IRT) in an operation that was launched following reported cases of child theft in the FCT.

He said three of the rescued children have been reunited with their parents but the other three, pictured above, are yet to be reunited as their families cannot be located.

 

“We were able to identify the parents of three of the six children and the police have reunited them with their families. Unfortunately until now we have not been able to locate the parents of these three children.” Mba said

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