Police on alert as two underage girls abducted in Kyiv – media
Two underage girls were apparently kidnapped in Kyiv's Obolonsky district on September 6.
An eyewitness says a group of teenagers sporting black masks pushed the two schoolgirls (judging by their appearance) into an Audi. The car drove off immediately, and the victims' whereabouts remain unknown, the Strana news outlet reported with reference to the sources in the interior ministry.
The victims called for help and resisted the abduction, but the attack was so fast that bystanders did not have time to rescue the two, the report says, although the scene was rather crowded.
The witness immediately called the police, which launched the "Interception" protocol.
All police patrol units have been alerted.
The owner of the car involved in the attack has already been identified.
The police opened a criminal case under Article 146 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (kidnapping).