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‘Baby-smuggling ring’ uncovered by police in India

Police in India claim to have cracked a major baby smuggling ring after arresting six people linked to the kidnapping racket. Five women and a man in Bombay have been detained on suspicion of abducting babies and selling them on to childless couples. The country’s National Crime Records Bureau registered 82,999 cases of kidnapping and abductions last year and 3,490 cases of child trafficking. Read more The fate of an Indian family who dared to challenge human trafficking “We have formed three teams to find more suspects who are involved in the network and are trying our best to rescue other babies who were sold by them,” said Bombay Zone 6 Deputy Police Commissioner Shahaji Umap. Police reportedly cottoned on to the six alleged gang members after a boy was reported kidnapped from his Bombay home. The child was tracked down earlier this month and found with a gang member in Goa. She reportedly confessed that the gang kidnapped babies and presented them as their own to sell to customers for up to 300,000 rupees (£3,600). Kandivali(W) Pstn rescued a 3 months old baby girl within 14 hours & arrested the accused who kidnapped her! pic.twitter.com/TPwGMqwyzy — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) December 6, 2016

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