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June 7, 2012

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15-Year Old Son Of Bank Of Greece Governor Kidnapped in Halkida


A 15-year old teen was kidnapped on Thursday morning in the region of Halkida while he was heading to school with one of his friends.  According to news reports, the 15-year old is the son of a branch governor of the National Bank of Greece.

Reports say that the kidnappers have already contacted the family and are now demanding two million euros in ransom for his release.

Unconfirmed reports claim that the kidnappers even asked the father of the teen to make withdrawals from customer accounts in order to collect the amount they wanted so that they can safely release the child.

Original story in Greek on newsbomb
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