Lately, many people have reported, experienced or noticed many people standing or lurking outside of local stores such as Target and Walmart waiting for certain people to come outside to their cars. Many of those people happen to be women who are by themselves and look “easy” in their eyes. This happens preferably at night time since it’s not broad daylight and many people can’t see what’s going on around them.
Abductions normally refer to the abduction of kidnapping of a younger child by an older person, the taking away of a person against their will, etc. This all involves people taking other people, but some people believe in what is called alien abduction. That is a whole different topic.
This might happen with many women, but this has happened many different times with younger children as well. Could you imagine walking out with your children and not knowing where they are the next second?
Houston police have been investigating the attempted child abduction outside of a grocery store in Texas. The mother had the child right next to her and she turned away for a matter of seconds to grab something off of a shelf. A video from the surveillance in the grocery store showed the man going in and grabbing the child from the cart seat, but he didn’t succeed because the child was strapped in. If it weren’t for her being strapped in and having a cover, she wouldn’t have her daughter anymore.
Detectives who are going through the process of this abduction and trying to figure out who it was are stating that abductions aren’t as rare anymore. They believe it happens naturally and that many people have been recognizing it more often whether it’s happening to them or the people around them.
Many different reports have been taken in from stores local to us and stores who are in different states. People have been found standing outside of grocery stores just waiting for someone to come out so they can follow them. This has grown a lot over the course of the last few years, so be sure to look out for the people who are around you, especially children.
If you have experienced trafficking in the past or have been scared to talk to someone about it, there is a number you can call. It is the National Human Trafficking Resource Center and is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. The number is: 1(888) 373-7888.
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