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Thursday May 3, 2012 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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PETALING JAYA: Twelve-year-old Nayati Shamelin Moodliar, who was abducted while walking to his school on April 27, has been found safe and is back with the family.
He was released at a rest and recreation stop in Sungai Buloh at 7.55am Thursday.
Nayati was abducted at 7.35am on April 27 while walking to the Mont' Kiara International School.
Police sources said after several attempts at negotiations, the kidnappers finally agreed on a substantial ransom amount which was paid to the kidnappers Thursday morning.
The sources said the kidnappers contacted the family shortly after he was grabbed by two men in a black car and later demanded for a ransom for his safe release.
City police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohmad Salleh confirmed Nayati was now with his family, saying that the child was released safely and unharmed at a rest and recreation stop along the North South Expressway near Sungai Buloh at around 7.55am on Thursday.
He added that police are still investigating the kidnapping and urged the public with information on the case to call 03-2115 9999.
A dedicated Facebook page set up to find Nayati said:
To all our family/friends/supporters of Nayati.
We have got NAYATI back!!!
He is back to our arms again! Thank you all for your support! We will post soon!
Thank you - Moodliar Family
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