Abduction in a sentence

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Abduction;

[noun] The criminal act of capturing someone by force ;

He appeared in court Wednesday and was charged with assault, attempted abduction of a person under 14, and failure to comply with probation.

New charges have been laid in the abduction case of Abby and Dominic Maryk.

Calgary police say the attempted abduction of a three-year-old girl in the city’s southwest earlier this week never happened.

Meanwhile, the police have arrested him on suspicion of being involved in the abduction of an office clerk.

Months after the abduction, the Taliban released a video of the couple, saying they were being held in a stronghold in Waziristan.

Many child abduction cases or Amber Alerts are resolved within hours of a report, as was the case in the Wyoming abduction Monday.