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Published on Sep 22, 2016, 10:45 am AST
By Carolyn Kissoon and Sue-Ann Wayow
Crime Scene Investigators searching for clues in the vehicle owned by hairdresser Ria Sookdeo, who was abducted on Thursday. Photo: INNIS FRANCIS
POLICE are in search of a black Nissan X-Trail used as the getaway vehicle in the abduction of hair dresser Ria Sookdeo.
Sookdeo's red Nissan X-Trail was blocked and she was dragged from her vehicle near the Picton Presbyterian School near Debe on Thursday morning.
The 34 year old woman had only moments before dropped off her children at the primary school.
Sookdeo, the mother of three, lives at nearby Wellington Road, Debe.
Police are piecing together what happened at around 8.30a.m.
They know that Sookdeo dropped off her children and was driving along the road looking for a turning spot, when a black Nissan X Trail blocked her vehicle. Police were told that several men came out of the vehicle, with guns.
KIDNAPPED: Ria Sookdeo
Police are reviewing CCTV camera footage from nearby homes and businesses.
Sookdeo had purchased her vehicle only a few months ago.
At the school, shell shocked friends and family members said Sookdeo was not wealthy and had no enemies, and that it was her daily routine to drop her children off at school.
bluesclues wrote:As expected, the brazzen and extremely violent crime starts again under pnm.
Redman wrote:Well there isnt any real chance of getting caught ...so any one that feels the urge to kidnap a person...will.
We will never know
We still looking for whoever kill the Japanese pan player.
RBphoto wrote:Oh lord.. that right by my house. Hope I don't get kidnap this evening when I go to Jog.
Anguish: I want my wife back
...husband in tears after learning of abduction
Published on Sep 22, 2016, 12:41 pm AST
By Carolyn Kissoon
In tears, Mark Sookdeo on learning of the abduction of his wife Ria Sookdeo near the Picton Presbyterian School on Debe on Thursday morning. Photo: INNIS FRANCIS
Mark Sookdeo, husband of 34-year-old Ria Sookdeo who was abducted near her children's school on Thursday, is begging that his wife to be returned safely.
Sookdeo, a plant attendant at National Petroleum, said there was no reason anyone would want to harm his wife.
“I was at work this morning when I received a call that someone had abducted my wife. That is the worst call anyone can get. I never thought something like this would ever happen to us. I am begging the persons who took her to please return her safely,” he said.
Sookdeo, 40, broke down in tears as he spoke about his children, ages nine and five.
He said the children were unaware of what had happened and he pleaded for the men to return his wife before the end of the school day.
“I don't know what to tell my children. We were so good yesterday. We went to the airport and then the bank. Everything was so good.” he said.
Ria Sookdeo, a hairdresser, was dragged out of her red Nissan X-Trail van after dropping off her children at a primary school in Picton Village, near Debe.
The abduction happened at around 8.30a.m.
The family lives at Willington Road, Debe.
Her father, Frankie Sookdeo, said it was the same route his daughter took every morning. He said she worked hard and recently bought her own vehicle.
Police said Sookdeo drove into Picton Estate Drive to turn her vehicle when a black Nissan X-Trail blocked her pathway.
Sookdeo's cellphone and handbag were found inside the vehicle.
Police said one side of a slipper was found on the roadway.
A team of officers from Southern Division, led by Inspector Don Gajadhar, arrived on the scene and cordoned off the area.
Police said roadblocks were set up an NOC Air Division helicopter was called in to assist in the search.
Country_Bookie wrote:Blonde hair injun driving big car does always get kidnap....remember the "fruits vendor" from Sando who get kidnap from she benz?
ninjabilly wrote:No one wants you, you're safe.
cherrypopper wrote:Ttps should make their officers look at csi Miami