Four kidnapped Indian-origin family members have been killed In California


Eight-month-old infant of Indian descent, her parents, and an uncle who was abducted in California have all died. They were discovered dead on a secluded farm.

The kidnapping suspect, who was apprehended on Tuesday after attempting to kill himself, was speaking with detectives, according to the official reports. Amandeep Singh, 49, the baby Aroohi Dheri, her parents Jasleen Kaur, 27, and Jasdeep Singh, 36, and the family’s trucking company in Merced, some 225 kilometres southeast of San Francisco, were abducted on Monday.

The article also stated that the victim’s relatives had been notified and that plans had been made to provide them with “spiritual support to get through this” through contacts. A farm worker discovered the dead next to one another and alerted the authorities.

Jesus Manuel Salgado, the suspect, was released from prison in 2015 after being found guilty of an armed robbery in 2005. His past behaviour suggests a financial motivation. He made an attempt at suicide before police arrived, after which he was brought to the hospital. There, officers awaited his medical clearance before speaking with him.

Terrifying security footage of the kidnapping was revealed during the morning press conference. They were attempting to identify the individual who used the family’s bank card at an ATM after the money was withdrawn. Amandeep Singh initially tied Jasdeep Singh’s hands and brought him away in his vehicle while holding them at gunpoint. A little while later, the suspect came back and grabbed the infant and Jasleen Kaur in the same car. The abduction was discovered after the truck was later discovered to be on fire.


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