A couple from Urumqi, located in Northwest China, parted with his adopted daughter, whom the couple raised a few years. They gave the girl to her biological parents after learning that the child was kidnapped, and they didn’t search it all the time and even sold his house.
About it writes on Thursday, February 4, the Chinese edition of People’s Daily Online.
The foster father saw an ad about the missing girls on social network WeChat, the local equivalent of Twitter. Realizing that talking about his daughter Anau, he called the police.
Anau was abducted by traffickers in 2010 in the yard of her home, located in Xinjiang province, Uygur Autonomous region and sold for 5,000 yuan, the average monthly wage Chinese worker. Her own father, a migrant and an electrician by profession, travelled to many cities and was looking for a daughter. A nomadic lifestyle was the cause of his separation with his wife.
The article reports that the kidnapper was arrested in 2013, accused of human trafficking today, and is serving 11-year prison sentence.