Emma O’Keefe’s parents were extremely concerned for their daughter after she was abducted and left inside the back of an SUV.
One of the six-year-old girl’s parents parked the car outside a stripmall in North Battleford, and according to the RCMP, the parent of the young Emma was inside one of the strip mall’s businesses.
The dark grey vehicle was found approximately two kilometers from the stripmall in a bushy area, around 6:45 AM.
The Police have emphasized that the abduction was not considered to be due to one of the parents. Moreover, the RCMP maintain that as of this time, they do not have any suspects.
Emma has autism and epilepsy. Fortunately, she was found conscious and was taken for medical examination at the hospital. She was released later on, but her parents stressed the necessity for Emma to ingest medication pertaining to her wellbeing twice per day or she could have suffered.
My personal qualm in this matter are in regards to how a young child with severe illnesses can be left alone, and furthermore, left alone in a running car.
If Emma’s parents were so concerned how could they have let something like this happen in the first place? To their own daughter nonetheless.
More on this story as it develops, only at The Post Millennial.
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