The kidnappers are now demanding a R2 million ransom.
Police are investigating a case of kidnapping after a 6-year-old girl was abducted. Gauteng police spokesperson Kay Makhubele says the girl was taken by four men driving in a a white Toyota Fortuner.
The Grade R pupil, now identified as Amy-Lee de Jager, was last seen wearing a pink dress, white shirt and black stockings.
Makhubele says police have not been able to locate the child.
“She was just dropped outside the school then they pushed the 5-year-old boy who was with her and they took the 6-year-old girl. It was her brother and she was with her mother outside Kollegepark Primary in Vanderbijlpark on Monday morning.”
This is so terrible!! Please help in any way you can. Her name is Amy-Lee de Jager. She was grabbed from her mother’s vehicle by 4 black men which fled the scene in a white Fortuner with no plates. pic.twitter.com/jaVlWUxslm
— JAY (@Jay_du_Plessis) September 2, 2019
According to a tweets the little girl was separated from her mother when she was dropped off and grabbed by four black men driving a Toyota Fortuner.
A tweet claims that the kidnapper’s are demanding a R2 million ransom.
#ATT #URGENT #KIDNAPPED #UPDATE There are false reports that the Grade R learner Amy-Lee De Jager has been found. It is NOT true. Have heard a voicenote detailing there is a R2million ransom for her safe return.
— PigSpotter™ Pty Ltd (@PigSpotter) September 2, 2019