Member of its Navy Chile who had been kidnapped in Ecuador and suffered the amputation of the fingers of one hand was finally freed yesterday Sunday during a police operation, the authorities announced.
The Ecuadorian Police “released a Chilean national” for which the kidnappers demanded a ransom of 100,000 dollars (95,000 euros), the Ministry of the Interior announced via Twitter. Her perpetrators kidnapping “two fingers of the left hand were amputatedof the hostage, police officer Fabari Montalvo told the press.
In the photo uploaded by the interior ministry, the 31-year-old Chilean national is pictured next to a police officer, his left hand covered with a piece of black plastic.
“Two persons suspected of being involved in the kidnapping of this foreigner were arrested“, the prosecution said.
The Chilean national, Mr Luis Toledo, was abducted in the coastal city of Daule, in southwestern Ecuador, where he lives with his Ecuadorian wife, 30, according to police.
The Chilean Navy had announced last Wednesday that “Mr singer had been on unpaid leave and had been in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador, since January».
He was found and released as part of a police operation in the town of Duran, in the Guayaquil region of Guayaquil province — which also includes the town of Daule, where he was abducted, according to the prosecutor’s office.
Guayaquil, the capital of Guayaquil, a strategic port and economic capital, is considered the most dangerous city in Ecuador: it has become a battleground for gangs vying for control of drug trafficking.
Source: News Beast
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