Saturday, November 1, 2014   

Video scanned in search for missing baby
(11-25 12:26)

Police are continuing to search for six-month-old girl who was reported to have been abducted in Kowloon City on Saturday.
Detectives are studying footage from security cameras at the San Po Kong housing block where her mother lives. She said that the baby was snatched from its pram after a woman distracted her by asking for directions.
Meanwhile, border check points are on alert in case an attempt is made to smuggle the child to the mainland. A customs union official said officers were paying special attention to the size of luggage, and looking for travellers acting suspiciously. --RTHK
   
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