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New YORK teenager says that she is a fake child abduction that led to an Amber Alert, reports

to connectVideoSearch going on for a missing Bronx teen

Raw video: Surveillance footage shows a group of men in seizing a 16-year-old and forcing her into the car.

As a teenager, to be seen in the video being dragged into a car, kidnapped and taken to a New York City street in front of her mother, and it was hours later, and was admitted to the staging of the incident, according to reports in the media.

Charles Sanchez, 16, was admitted to the making of her kidnapping, the New York city Police Department officials told the New York Times, saying that the incident may result from the toe of the difficult relationship with her mother. A police officer described the mother as “overprotective,” according to the Times.

The researchers are still to determine whether or not the Guard that the two men involved will face charges. In the Monday incident, which was caught on a security video in the wake of New York, prompted an Amber Alert and had received a lot of attention in the media. The NYPD celebrated the news of her safe return on Tuesday.

Footage from a surveillance camera near the scene, was released, and authorities are urging the public to help find this little girl. It was not clear what the motive of the abduction.

A police officer pointed out, in Sachez’s mother’s desire to move back to her native country, Honduras, in which a teenager was about.

“Her mother wanted to move to Honduras, but [Charles] has been adamantly against it,” a police source told the New York Post.

Sanchez was being questioned by New York Police Department’s 40th Precint in the Bronx Tuesday night, and was released.

The alleged abduction happened at about 11:20 p.m. Monday, when Sanchez and her mother were walking in the area East of 156 Street in the Bronx. The Surveillance video appears to show two men jump from a car and shoving the mother to the ground, and drag it to the 16-year-old into a car and speeding off.

On Tuesday, the Guard contacted police, who were stationed at the Eagle Avenue just after 2:30 p.m. and she told him that she was the missing teenager.

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The couple resides in Long Island, new york, and had been in the city for a visit to relatives when the incident happened. My aunt will recognize it as Idalmy Martinez, 56, said the family was looking for answers to these questions.

“She is a very happy, peaceful person,” Martinez told the Times about her neice. “She’s always with her mom. They are very, very close. She’s always up to us, her family.”

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