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March 25, 1988
Boy Kidnapped from Home
A child was kidnapped from his home Saturday night, in what police believe to be a string of kidnappings. A police representative commented that with this third kidnapping should come some clues or suspects, but thus far, they have found nothing.
The first child kidnapped was taken from the park near his family's house, while playing with other small children on the playground. The mother cried that she had turned her head for just a second and the boy was gone. There was no sign of the kidnappers, and when questioned, the other children had not noticed anything out of the ordinary. The child had apparently run into a nearby grove of trees after a ball and never came out.
The second child was taken from an orphanage on the edge of town. The three sisters that run the orphanage only said that the boy usually played by himself and sometimes would not be seen for a few hours. His absence was noted at lunch—there was no sign of the kidnappers by then.
One sister told the police that they were sure that the boy had not run away, because as she said, "This is the only place he knows as a home and his twin sister is still here. He might not have cared for other kids much, but he adored her."
The third child disappeared from his room after his mother tucked him in. The mother said that she had gone in his room to check on him, but he was gone. She hysterically called the police, who rushed there in hope of finding some hint as to the identity of the kidnappers, but the search has not paid off yet.
The police have asked the public to be aware and call if they see any signs of the three boys or any suspicious people. The descriptions, names, and ages of the boys are as follows.
Yusuke Urameshi, age 5. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Hiei, age 6. He is small for his age, and also has black hair and brown eyes.
Suichi Minamino, age 6. He has red hair and green eyes.
All three boys are able to communicate clearly; Yusuke and Suichi can tell you their parents' names. All three children can tell someone their home phone number.
April 3, 1988
No Trace of the Missing Children
The search for the three missing boys continues, with little success. The police have not been able to find any clues as to the identity of the kidnappers. A police representative announced to the press that they believe a highly professional group carried out the kidnappings—for what reason the boys were kidnapped though, the police could not say. Research shows that large groups generally kidnap children for ransom, slave rings in third world countries, or drugs.
The families of each little boy and the orphanage are holding on to the hope that the boys will be found. Yusuke Urameshi's only family is his mother, as is the case with Suichi Minamino. Hiei's only known family is his twin sister, Yukina. "The lack of family in each boy's case is the reason we believe the boys were chosen for kidnapping," the detective on the case commented, "It's the only thing that is similar among the three boys."
Local churches are having prayer meetings, praying for the safe return of the children. Cards and flowers have shown up in the front yards of the little boys' houses and the orphanage, from citizens wishing to comfort the families left behind. It is hoped that the boys will be found safe in time.
June 28, 1988
Police Losing Hope
The police are slowly losing hope of finding the missing boys kidnapped four months ago. "Children are not normally found when they have been missing this long," revealed the detective on the case, "It is possible, but unlikely." The investigation will go on, but each police working on the case knows it is possible that they will never find the children.
Yukina, the twin sister to one of the missing boys told a reporter, "I know my brother is still out there. I know it. He's alive." The mothers of the other two children also said that they believe that children are alive somewhere, that there's still hope. However, time is running out.
February 15, 1989
Search for Missing Children Ended
The police have ended the search for the missing children that were kidnapped almost a year ago. The boys are now believed dead, with no hope of finding them again. The families of the missing boys thank the police and public for the help and support given to them in this time of grief.