A mother is crying for justice after a lady posing as an online customer took away with her nine-months old baby. Tina Kadhini Sammy who sells beauty products received the lady whom she believed was her customer in her home. The lady was in the company of a 10-year-old girl. Little did Tina know that the duo had planned to steal her baby.
According to Tina, the same lady had bought wigs from her last year. She had earlier called to confirm if she could get another one. Tina invited to her home in Kazandani where she was to pick the wig from. The lady arrived with the young girl whom she said was her daughter.
The 10-year-old girl is said to have sneaked into the house and walked out with the baby as the lady engaged Tina in a conversation. The girl has since not been traced. According to Tina, the disappearance of her baby might have had something to do with her ex-husband.
Reports by the motorbike riders at the area show that the woman who left moments later was spotted with the young girl together with the baby on a motorbike. The Kazandani OCPD has said that investigations are on to arrest the suspects.
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