Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2019. 6:07 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Last night, Breaking Belize News received reliable reports of a young girl who was seen jumping out of a moving vehicle in Bradleys Bank, Santa Elena.
The reports were made by two eyewitnesses who both indicate that their observation the young female was between 13 to 15 years old.
The eyewitnesses told BBN that the minor was crying, asked for her mom and appeared very scared.
One of the witnesses approached the minor and asked her what happened.
The minor spoke in Spanish and informed the person that she was going to a shop when she was forced into the grey pickup by the two men. According to the minor, one of the men drove the vehicle while the other held her down.
Upon approaching the chapel in Bradleys bank, the vehicle slowed down and the minor managed to jump out avoiding what the eyewitness believed to be a kidnapping attempt.
Out of fear and concern for herself and her kids that were left at home, the eyewitness went back home and did not use good judgment to keep the young girl in her custody until the police arrive.
The young girl was wearing a long black pants, black blouse and a black shoe. She is about 5 foot in height and slim built.
Breaking Belize News note that the information was immediately passed onto the police for further investigation.
BBN considers this incident a serious matter and makes no apologies for treating it as such. Apart from getting the police involved, BBN also facilitated a meeting with the eyewitness and the San Ignacio police.
At this time, however, the minor has not been located and police investigation continues.
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