by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Police are investigating a reported kidnapping. A 14-year-old girl was abducted from her Dededo home early this morning. Fortunately, she was located unharmed this afternoon at a Tamuning residence, but police are still looking for the suspects who took her from her home.
Guam Police Department spokesperson Officer Allan Guzman says around 2:30 this morning, the victim and her sister were awakened by the sound of screeching tires and someone whistling outside their home on Calle J.L. Blas Street in Dededo. "Both females went to their doorway and one of the females did recognize one of the individuals who was in a gray Nissan Altima," Guzman detailed. "Apparently she had told the individual to leave the premises in which the individual refused. A struggle ensued with one of the females she was grabbed then thrown into the back of the Altima."
Guzman says the other female minor tried to help her sister but was confronted by another individual who got out of the car. That minor fled to the residence and called police. Her sister was located in Tamuning this afternoon and underwent a medical assessment and was interviewed.
The suspects meanwhile remain at large and Criminal Investigation Division agents are still looking for them.