Facebook users solve baby abduction case

Four Facebook users have managed to solve successfully an abduction case in Canada a few days ago, Huffington post reports. The whole story began on Monday, the 26th of May when Canadian police announced that a baby has been stolen from a hospital room in Quebec by a woman dressed as a nurse. Police issued a photo with descriptions of both the baby and the suspect (luckily caught on  the hospital’s camera system).

People started sharing the photos and information on Facebook and one user recognised the suspect as their neighbour.  Plante , her friend Bergeron and two other friends drove to the house of the suspect and noticed she was at home. They called the police soon after , the woman was arrested and the baby returned to the mother’s arms.

This was a successful case as the baby was returned just three hours after the abduction took place.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Ashish Dadhwal
    Jun 20, 2014 @ 04:59:51

    Good one…. Lets start taking the lost & found messages seriously. I never thought of their genuinity.

    Reply

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