After two days of searching, law enforcement officers in the state of New York in the United States found the kidnapped nine-year-old girl Charlotte Sena. According to the New York Post, the schoolgirl was safe and sound in a closet in her captor’s mobile home.
Charlotte was reported missing in late September when the child disappeared while on a family trip to Moro Lake State Park. The girl went for a bike ride, but fell behind her parents and then did not return home. More than 400 people took part in the search operation the next day.
On the same day, the kidnapper contacted the girl’s family and demanded a ransom. It turned out that the fingerprints from the ransom letter belonged to 46-year-old Craig Nelson Ross Jr., who had previously been arrested for drunk driving. The man lived in a mobile home behind his mother’s house – law enforcement detained him and rescued Charlotte, who was sitting in the closet. Ross was charged with child abduction.
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