Canadian’s year-old son abducted along with nanny in Pagadian
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ILIGAN CITY, Philippines – A group of still unidentified armed men snatched the one-year old son of a Pagadian City-based Canadian businessman and the boy’s nanny around 6:30 a.m. Thursday.
Superintendent Julius Munez, Pagadian City police chief, said the armed men barged into the house of the family of the Canadian trader on Sto. Rosario Road in Dau village and took the boy and the nanny at gunpoint.
The boy’s father was not around when the gunmen struck.
Munez said police have launched a search and rescue operation to recover the victims.
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