Argentine woman abducted in 1980s freed in Bolivia

Argentine woman abducted in 1980s freed in Bolivia

An Argentine woman seized in the 1980s by people traffickers has been reunited with her family in a joint operation by Argentine and Bolivian police.

Argentina: Ex-President Cristina Fernandez Indicted For Corruption
ARGENTINA’S EX-LEADER CRISTINA KIRCHNER TO BE TRIED FOR CORRUPTION
Police Officer Celeste Ayala Who Breastfed Baby On Duty In Argentina Promoted

An Argentine woman seized in the 1980s by people traffickers has been reunited with her family in a joint operation by Argentine and Bolivian police.

The whereabouts of the woman, who is now 45, had been unknown until earlier this year when police received a tip-off she was in Bermejo, south Bolivia.

The police then located the house in which she was being held and freed her and her nine-year-old son.

Help Us Grow, Donate Now

The names of the rescued mother and son have not been revealed.

In a statement released on 25 December, Argentine police said that the woman had at last been able to go back to her family home in Mar del Plata.

She and her son were freed earlier this month.

The statement provided no further details about who was responsible for their abduction about 32 years ago.

Source: BBC

Share Stories Around The World With Us
error: