Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Macedonian police frees Bulgarian woman, abducted by two Macedonians, who demanded EUR 20,000 ransom

Skopje. Two citizens of the Macedonian town of Tetovo have abducted a Bulgarian woman, the correspondent of FOCUS News Agency in Skopje Dejan Nikolovski informed.
K.D. (34) and S.S. (24) abducted the the 23-year-old woman from Bulgaria on January 2 in the Macedonian town of Debar. They took her to the Macedonian village of Kamenjane, in the home of K.D. He requested that the woman pays him money he claimed she owed. After the abduction the two called the boyfriend of the girl and threatened to kill the girl if he doesn’t pay them EUR 20,000. He reported the case to the police and the girl was released.
The police in Macedonia did not report whether they have arrested the abductors.

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