Criminal Sentence

Criminal Sentence

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  • In the Bridge's house.
  • But, still, who would know that she was home alone?
  • This case is very simple. The young girl was kidnapped when she was home alone because her parents were on the market store.
  • When the girl posted her social status or contacted her friends, the suspect could have seen it so he/she could have taken action on the matter.
  • Could the suspect be in the neighborhood?
  • We don't know, yet.
  • There's no signs at struggle on the bedroom and the closet shows no sign of luggage.
  • After she posted where she was, maybe one of her friends contacted her to see if he/she could come over.
  • Negative. Although, we are looking at the home phone's history and it seems that there hasn't been a call since the parents left to the market store.
  • Did we get any information from the computer?
  • The file says that her parents called the police. Later, they looked at their phones to see that there were two missing calls from their daughter. They tried to call their daughter back but the ringtone from their daughter's phone number kept going to voicemail. 
  • The parents noticed that their daughter was missing when they saw that the front door was not locked and checked her room.
  • To be continued...
  • The captor was cautious to not leave any witnesses that might live next door.
  • The young girl and the captor went through the back door, where, too, is unlocked. Why leave through the back door when the front door was open.
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