Always Keep Our Children Safe: Two New Kidnapping Tactics Discovered!

Every year, thousands of children are abducted. Even parents who are living in safe environments should ensure their children’s safety.

We cannot guard our children all the time. Your children may go out of your sight when you drive them to school, to their friend’s house or to any sports activities. Kidnappers have different ways to abduct your children.

Recently, netizens are sharing information about two new kidnapping syndicates and tactics.

Kidnapping in Divisoria

Several CCTV footages are shared by Facebook page OFW Kalingawan. According to the officials reviewing the footages, it is another form of kidnapping. The kidnappers are operating in Kambal na Krus, Raxabago, Tondo, Manila.

In the said videos, the kidnappers are pretending to be scavengers. Their tactic involves giving PHP200 to their target and asking the child to go with them to Divisoria. Once the victim agrees to go with them, they will abduct the child on their way to Divisoria.

[Image Credit: OFW Kalingawan / Facebook]
[Image Credit: OFW Kalingawan / Facebook]

The said culprits tried to kidnap two children in the area.

White Van in Bulacan

Meanwhile, another kidnapping syndicate is operating in Sto. Nino, Meycauayan, Bulacan. According to Facebook user Emma Galang Trinidad, the kidnappers are using a white van to abduct children.

The suspect is pretending to be a deranged person to go near the target. Once the target becomes comfortable near the suspect, they will start abducting the child. The kidnappers are using two white vans with plate numbers UMJ 450 and AAZ 1807. These kidnappers are operating not only in Sto. Nino, Meycauayan, but also in other nearby areas.

[Image Credit: OFW Kalingawan / Facebook]
[Image Credit: OFW Kalingawan / Facebook]

With the different tactics that kidnappers have, we should always make sure to keep an eye on our children to keep them away from danger. There is no more safe place in this world.

How do you think you can keep your child safe? Let us know in the comments section below!