China: Father bumps into missing son at mall, rescues him from human traffickers
Beijing : A father saved his six-year-old son from the human traffickers after he accidentally bumped into him at a shopping mall.
The kid, identified as Cheng Jiafu, was kidnapped from his family home nine months ago in the Chinese region of Qingxin.
A massive search drive was carried out by the police after his father reported him abducted from home while he was out for the work. However, cops were unable to find the kid.
Nine months later, Mr Chen was walking through the Qingxin Town Plaza when he spotted the boy with three suspected human traffickers.
Immediately, he snatched his son back, before notifying the police, who arrested the trio, according to Qingxin News.
The men have been identified only by their surnames, Chen, Li and Ou.
They have been sentenced to two, three and six years in prison respectively.