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Latest video of woman that took 5 year old student from Bryant Elementary School in Philadelphia January 14, 2013 video: Fox

The reward is now One Hundred and Five Thousand Dollars ($105,000 ) for any information that will lead to the arrests of the abductors that took a five year old student from her classroom at a elementary school in West Philadelphia on the morning of January 14,2013. She was later found early that following morning,  yet  she has been scared for life by her traumatic experiences endured during her abduction.

In an exclusive interview with Daralene Jones  from NBC10, the grandfather of the little girl Imam Asim Abdur-Rashid stated “We believe it was a random act of a pervert sending someone who they had control over to go to a public school, kindergarten class, and take out a young girl who he could take out his perversion on,”. Now while  Abdur-Rashid made headlines last year because he and other local Muslim leaders offered a $20,000 reward to help find bank robbers dressed in Islamic women’s clothing, police believe his family may have been targeted by the people who committed those crimes Abdur, Rashid feels different actually he  insists that the Muslim community he and his family live in is a protective one, which doesn’t allow many outside interactions. he also went on to say; …he discounts any notion that it was sparked by an internal conflict within the Muslim community, saying Muslims “don’t fight each other by abducting children.” Watch video from NBC Philadelphia

Three weeks since a 5-year-old girl was abducted from a Cobbs Creek Elementary school and then found alive the next day, her grandfather is speaking out to NBC10. A powerful leader within the Muslim community, the grandfather doesn't believe the girl was specifically targeted and instead thinks it was a random act of violence. Read our full article on our interview with the girl's grandfather <a href=

Recenly a group of Muslim leaders offered an additional $20,00 tto the reward and publicly spoke out about the incident on Fox: “… It is clear we have a predator in our community, along with his accomplices,” said Imam Farid Rasool”, …””A sex fiend, a maniac, a vampire, a demon that just preys on innocence,” said Imam Asim Abdur-Rashid the grandfather of the victim. Muslim leaders say if it takes a million dollars or a million prayers, an arrest will come.

There has been a number of community meetings, vigils, and  calls to action originated in lite of this incident numerous local city officials, community leaders, and concerned men and women organizations have been diligent in raising monies for the reward in additions to publicly standing with their community as  they raise awareness to the safety of the children.

A description of three people have been by the little girl: the woman which was seen on video going to the school fully Garbed in Muslim attire (Hijab)  is seen carrying what police say is a distinct umbrella with a carved wooden handle, was a dark-skinned (possibly pregnant) black woman in her late 20’s, about 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-8-inches tall with greenish or light-colored eyes who was wearing dark-colored Muslim clothing and possibly goes by “Rashida.”  They also believe  she met  up with  is a very light-skinned, possibly white man in his mid-30’s with short brown hair who wore sweat pants and a blue long-sleeved T-shirt outside the school, and a teenager girl named China slim build, black hair, lite skinned, the little girl remembers seeing her at the house where she was held.

Yesterday a police escort chaperoned the victim and her mother back to 61st and 62nd block of Larchwood avenue where she was last seen on a surveillance camera with the abductor seeking clues. 

To-date no one has been captured in this crime. Anyone with information can call Philadelphia police at 215-686-TIPS (8477), the Special Victims Unit at 215-685-3251 or 911. Emails can be sent to: tips@phillypolice.com

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