33 arrested in Nong Gina abduction, trafficking suspected

New developments bring a twist within the strange case of Nong Gina, the two year old woman kidnapped by a Burmese man who claimed he left her in a cave as a sacrifice to nature spirits. As reported yesterday, the Mirror Foundation suspected more sinister trafficking causes for the kidnapping, and police have now taken three folks into custody for questioning in connection to the case.
One girl and two men have been taken into custody by the Mae Taeng Police, working along with the Chiang Mai Provincial Police Bureau and the Provincial Police Region 5, and investigators are setting their sights on an alleged youngster trafficking ring involved in Nong Gina’s abduction.
Nong Gina went lacking from her residence on Sunday evening and after exhaustive searching that included folks on foot, sniffer dogs, and drones, the little lady was discovered after info provided by Siew, the 44 12 months old Burmese man who confessed to abducting the baby, led rescuers to a cave 3 km from the village where he claimed to have left her as a sacrifice to the spirits of the forest and the mountains.
The baby was present in a hut near the cave and rescuers say she was moved there as they had already searched the hut the day before. While Unexplained suffered from exhaustion and minor cuts and insect bites, she seemed otherwise unhurt though mental health specialists are helping with the trauma.
The Mirror Foundation’s Missing Persons Information Centre forged suspicions on the Burmese man’s motive for taking Nong Gina saying that nearly all of child abductions we’re tied to both a family conflict, or sexual abuse, trafficking, and exploitation, and that there have been no cases known to be committed as an act of sacrifice to spirits.
Now cops are following similar suspicions saying they consider the suspect did not act alone and that they assume that Nong Gina was a selected goal of a trafficking network. They suspect that the infant was brought to the cave after which stashed there as step one in trafficking her additional.
Police will now cooperate with social staff to interview Nong Gina’s brother who said that he was there on the time of the abduction in accordance with sources, in hopes of shedding more light on the case..

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