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Police liberate Moroccan hostages
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ThinkSpain , Wednesday, June 14, 2006

National Police officers have liberated two Moroccan teenagers, aged 13 and 17, who had been kidnapped last week by a gang of the same nationality believed responsible for a number of crimes in the Vícar area.

The two youths were freed this morning following the detention yesterday of six individuals -four men and two women- in a bar in Vícar as the boys' parents were about to hand over ransoms of €1,500 for each.

The inquiry began on the 9th June when a relative of one of the boys reported the kidnapping at El Ejido police station shortly after the boys entered the country illegally on board a small boat.

 
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