Kidnappers want P50M ransom for Filipino-Canadian boy release PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 08 February 2013 10:43

Kidnappers have demanded P50 million ransom for the release of a one-year-old Filipino Canadian citizen who was abducted together with his baby sitter in Pagadian City last Thursday, Police Regional Office-9 Director Chief Supt. Juanito B. Vaño disclosed yesterday.

Timothy Sokolob was seized together with his baby sitter identified as Caroline Remetre.by kidnappers at  Rosario Homes in Barangay Dao, Pagadian City around 9 a.m.
Chief Supt. Vaño, in a meeting with agents of the Federal  Bureau of Investigation led by David L. Bowdich, said that Sokolob is a Canadian citizen with Russian descent.

Bowdich and his agents paid a courtesy call on Vaño at Camp Abendan yesterday morning.    Vaño said that Sokolob’s father works with a mining company in Surigao.

He revealed the police and Army soldiers are on hot pursuit operations against the kidnappers and their hostages. — Allen Abastillas