12 year old boy kidnapped in Kuala Lampur on way to school

Posted on April 29, 2012 • Filed under: Asia, Tourist Kidnapped

A desperate Cape Town-born couple has made a heart-rending plea for the safe return of their 12-year-old son who was kidnapped in Kuala Lampur early yesterday while on his way to the Mont Kiara International School.The boy, Nayati Moodliar, who is in Grade 7, was snatched on the corner of Jln Tiara by two men and bundled into a vehicle. Its number plates were later found to be false. The boy’s father, Shamelin Moodliar, and his wife, Janice Smith, have dual South African and Dutch citizenship. Moodliar matriculated from Bishops and Smith from Norman Henshilwood High in Plumstead. The boy’s grandparents all live in Cape Town. Read Article

In an emotional plea filmed in Kuala Lampur and broadcast on YouTube, his father urged the kidnappers to let his son go

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