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Ile-de-France: a child kidnapped by his father, a call for witnesses launched

8-year-old boy abducted by his father from an emergency home in Villepinte

A little boy placed with the social welfare for children (ASE) in Seine-Saint-Denis because of parental violence was kidnapped by his father Thursday, announced Friday the prefecture of Paris police launching a call for witnesses.

The 8-year-old child, Mani Sulic, was abducted by his father Thursday “in 14 hours (…) in an emergency home in Villepinte ”, in the Paris suburbs, explained the prefecture in a press release. He had been placed in this institution the day before, “on the grounds in particular of aggravated violence committed by his father. “

” The father and the child are likely to be in Ile-de-France and to try to reach Belgium “, adds the prefecture.

They are all two from Eastern European countries.

# Call to Witnesses | The Prefecture of Police is requesting your assistance in connection with the abduction of a child. Anyone likely to bring elements can contact the 17 Police Rescue or the Territorial Security of the Minors. pic.twitter.com/jAnOaYQbJi

— Police Prefecture (@prefpolice) February 14, 2020

Another kidnapping in Paris on Thursday

The boy “measures between 1, 40 m and 1, 50 m. Of normal or round build, he has short black hair and brown eyes. At the time of his disappearance, he was dressed in “a gray hoodie, dark blue jeans and white sneakers,” according to the prefecture.

The father, 36 years old and measuring 1, 80 m, is “of normal build, he has sparse black hair and brown eyes. »

« Any information can be communicated 24 H / 24 at 17 Police Rescue, “said the prefecture. Any witnesses can also join the Seine-Saint-Denis minor security protection brigade “at 01 41 60 29 00 every day between 9 a.m. and 12 hours and between 14 hours at 19 hours.

On Thursday, the police headquarters also broadcast another call for witnesses, after the abduction in Paris on Tuesday of a premature baby by his mother in a Paris hospital.

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