Libyan diplomat's son reportedly kidnapped in Kyiv
A Libyan citizen whose name is Abdusalam, 1992, a son of a financial attaché of the Libyan Embassy in Ukraine has been abducted in Kyiv, the press service of Kyiv's police told the Ukrainian news outlet 112.ua.
The police seized a passport with the holder's name being Abdusalam, 112.ua said.
First reports about the incident appeared on Monday noon.
"The call center of [Kyiv's] Shevchenkivsky district police department at about 12:00 started to receive reports from eyewitnesses claiming that two unknown persons had forced a man into getting in a dark [blue] car on Turhenevska Street and driven off the scene," the police told UNIAN.
Police patrols and investigators are on the scene and are questioning the bystanders. "In addition, an interception plan has been introduced in the capital, police are searching for a dark blue Volkswagen Golf car," they said.
Criminal proceedings were opened under Article 146 (abducting or kidnapping of a person) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. An investigation is under way to identify the kidnappers and establish their whereabouts.