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SA & Malaysia in talks over kidnapping
Still no word on SA boy's whereabouts, three days after he goes missing.
CAPE TOWN - The Department of International Relations on Monday said it was in talks with Malaysian authorities following the kidnapping of a 12-year-old South African boy.
Nayati Moodliar was snatched outside his family's flat in Kuala Lampur on Friday, as he was leaving for school.
It is believed two men bundled him into a vehicle.
The boy's father is employed as a business consultant on a two-year working visa in the country.
His aunt, Caroline Swanepoel told Eyewitness News the family are praying for his safe return.
“We are very worried and it is devastating being away from our family at this traumatic time. We are hoping and praying for his safe return.”
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