Approximately 2,300 people are reported missing every day

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The difference between 'Kidnapping' and 'Abduction'

The terms abduction and kidnapping are sometimes used interchangeably.  At common law, kidnapping consisted of the forcible abduction or stealing or carrying away of a person from one’s own country to another.  Kidnapping is the taking away of a person by force, threat, or deceit, with intent to cause him or her to be detained against his or her will.


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