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    Lina Sardar Khil (3) missing from San Antonio, TX since 12/20/2021

    https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021...e-at-daylight/

    San Antonio police plan to resume their search of the Northwest Side for a three-year-old girl who disappeared Monday afternoon.

    Lina Sardar Kihl, 3, was last seen at an apartment complex in the 9400 block of Fredericksburg Road around 5 p.m.

    The Texas Department of Public Safety later issued an Amber Alert for her.

    Police also conducted a thorough search of the area late Monday but did not find the child.

    Officers were posted throughout the apartment complex all night long.

    Early Tuesday morning, they could be seen searching vehicles as they arrived and left from the property.

    A sergeant at the scene told KSAT 12 News that Lina was at a playground in the apartment complex when she disappeared.

    He said her mother told officers she left the child for just a minute, then when she came back, she noticed her daughter was gone.

    Police say they have not located any witnesses who were able to offer any information on a possible suspect.

    However, according to their news release, they are handling this as an abduction case.

    The sergeant said there has been a bit of a language barrier between officers and the girl?s mother.

    He said they plan to bring in an interpreter to communicate with her.

    Lina was wearing a black jacket, red dress and black shoes when she disappeared.

    A flyer distributed by police says she is four feet tall, weighs 55 pounds and had her shoulder length hair in a ponytail.

    Anyone with information about her disappearance is asked to call SAPD?s missing person unit at (210) 207-7660.

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    How do you leave a 3 year old unattended outside at an apartment complex? Anyone could have snatched her. This seems like it's not going to end well
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    First of all this kid is huge for a three year old. Are we sure shes 3? My neice is 3 and on the chunky side and she weighs 38 lbs.

    I have been there where I looked down at my phone to check a text, and I look up and my kid is nowhere in sight. Its scary as hell.

    This is just like the Dulce Alavez case. I wonder if mom was in a warm car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    First of all this kid is huge for a three year old. Are we sure shes 3? My neice is 3 and on the chunky side and she weighs 38 lbs.

    I have been there where I looked down at my phone to check a text, and I look up and my kid is nowhere in sight. Its scary as hell.

    This is just like the Dulce Alavez case. I wonder if mom was in a warm car.
    I had the same thought about the size, and I don't know jack about kids. Even her face looks more grown up than 3. I would put her about 5-6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    I had the same thought about the size, and I don't know jack about kids. Even her face looks more grown up than 3. I would put her about 5-6.
    You are right about her face too, shes older than 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    You are right about her face too, shes older than 3.
    I literally thought about your kiddo and the pics I have seen over the years and I thought "there's no way she's 3!" I wish the pic was closer up, because it looks like she's even missing teeth like she would at about 6.

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    She does look older than three.

    Also, looking down at your phone and actually leaving them unattended are two different things. She said that she left her alone. If she is three years old, I just don't see that as being responsible.
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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
    Oh well, back to gum.
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    https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021...e-at-daylight/

    The San Antonio Police Department is “sparing no assets or resources” in trying to find a 3-year-old girl who disappeared at a Northwest Side apartment complex Monday evening, Chief William McManus said.

    McManus said officers are searching every unit and car at the Villas Del Cabo complex in the 9400 block of Fredericksburg Road, where Lina Sardar Khil was last seen.

    Lina was at a playground at the apartment complex with her mother and other children between 5-6 p.m. when her mother left and returned to find her daughter missing, the chief said in a news conference Tuesday morning.

    It is unclear exactly how long the mother was away, but McManus said she returned a “short time later.” McManus said the girl wasn’t left alone and there were other kids at the playground, which is open within the complex.

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    The San Antonio Police Department is “sparing no assets or resources” in trying to find a 3-year-old girl who disappeared at a Northwest Side apartment complex Monday evening, Chief William McManus said.

    SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department is “sparing no assets or resources” in trying to find a 3-year-old girl who disappeared at a Northwest Side apartment complex Monday evening, Chief William McManus said.

    McManus said officers are searching every unit and car at the Villas Del Cabo complex in the 9400 block of Fredericksburg Road, where Lina Sardar Khil was last seen.

    Lina was at a playground at the apartment complex with her mother and other children between 5-6 p.m. when her mother left and returned to find her daughter missing, the chief said in a news conference Tuesday morning.

    It is unclear exactly how long the mother was away, but McManus said she returned a “short time later.” McManus said the girl wasn’t left alone and there were other kids at the playground, which is open within the complex.
    SAPD Chief William McManus provides update on missing 3-year-old girl.

    The family reported the child missing around 7:15 p.m., and an AMBER Alert was issued.

    Officers searched the area by foot and air Monday but did not locate her. SAPD continued their search Tuesday morning and asked the FBI for assistance.

    Officers are going door by door to each apartment — there are under 300 units in the complex — to search for Lina.

    Officers are also searching for video, checking cars and dumpsters, and recording license plates due to the “suspicious nature of the disappearance,” he added.

    “We have every available asset in the police department working on the case right now,” he said, adding that “we are sparing no assets or resources.”

    Officers are also trying to identify the other people at the playground Monday evening.

    So far, the mother and residents have been cooperative, McManus said.

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    I'm doubtful she was even out there playing...something happened and the mother is lying and trying to cover something. No one would leave a child for a "short time" however long that means.


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    Have the police asked the other kids that were there with her if they saw anything? You would think it would be fairly easy to confirm if she was there or not by asking them. If she's making this up then she wouldn't be able to tell the police who the kids were that were at the park with her. Also, that's a little different then just leaving her alone. I wouldn't do it with a three year old, but they mentioned that there was a language barrier with the Mother so maybe it isn't so out of the ordinary where she's originally from.
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    https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021...old-lina-khil/

    Lina’s family are refugees from Afghanistan

    Margaret Constantino with the Center for Refugee Services told KSAT Tuesday that the child’s family is among the Afghanistan refugees in San Antonio.

    At least 1,300 people from Afghanistan have come through the Center for Refugee Services for resettling here.

    While she knows very little about the family, including when exactly they came to the United States, Constantino says any missing child is everyone’s missing child.

    “And like any big family with lots and lots of little kids, all of these children are precious to us,” she said. “Knowing this community, they’re very close-knit. So people will be out there beating the bushes, looking for this child.”

    Earlier Tuesday, an SAPD sergeant said there has been a bit of a language barrier between officers and the girl’s mother. They brought an interpreter to help with the communication.

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    That's super sad. You escape a war zone and believe that you've achieved safety for your children and then your child gets kidnapped/goes missing. Since they've been searching and haven't found her nearby, I'm assuming that someone took her. It's hard for me to believe that someone who went through all of that trouble to escape Afghanistan would kill their child.
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    Do you think with the language barrier that they thought she said 3?
    Regardless, I don't let my child out of my sight for this reason.
    I hope they find her safe and alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post
    That's super sad. You escape a war zone and believe that you've achieved safety for your children and then your child gets kidnapped/goes missing. Since they've been searching and haven't found her nearby, I'm assuming that someone took her. It's hard for me to believe that someone who went through all of that trouble to escape Afghanistan would kill their child.
    I agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscat View Post
    Do you think with the language barrier that they thought she said 3?
    Regardless, I don't let my child out of my sight for this reason.
    I hope they find her safe and alive.
    I wondered about that too CC. Maybe she misspoke or it was misunderstood and the girl is older. I have seen more pics and she looks older in all of them.

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    I know I said it before, but this is basically a Dulce Alevez repeat. Here mom was "watching her" from her car and Dulce disappeared. The 3 year old brother didnt talk yet, so they didnt know what happened. Case went cold.

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    https://www.kens5.com/article/news/l...c-6aeaa64c29af

    As authorities continue their around-the-clock search for a missing 3-year-old girl who vanished from an apartment complex playground Monday afternoon, her father says he and his wife "have not slept at all" during the ordeal.

    Speaking to KENS 5's Henry Ramos through a translator Tuesday evening, Riaz Sardar Khil thanked searchers for their ongoing efforts in looking for Lina Sardar Khil, whose disappearance led to the issuing of an AMBER Alert Monday night.



    "During our entire lives we have not been as saddened as we were yesterday and today," Khil said through his translator before getting emotional.

    Khil said Lina's mother was watching her on the playground of their northwest-San Antonio complex when the little girl made her way to a nearby path and suddenly disappeared. Her mother thought she may have returned to their apartment unit, but when she didn't find her there either a search ensued.

    No one has seen or heard from Lina since. It's the parents' belief Lina was abducted, but San Antonio Police have not said as much; they are investigating Lina's disappearance only as a missing persons case.

    Through a translator named, Khushal Dilsoz, the family told us they were questioned for several hours by authorities on Tuesday.

    "The FBI and police are coming here like any moment and they're asking us different questions," the translator said on behalf of the father.

    The father said that on Monday he believed his daughter may have gone with another Afghan family, but now believes she may have been abducted.

    Khil said his family arrived in the U.S. from Afghanistan in fall of 2019, having resettled in San Antonio after fleeing from "threats that were posed to us."

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    Khil said Lina's mother was watching her on the playground of their northwest-San Antonio complex when the little girl made her way to a nearby path and suddenly disappeared. Her mother thought she may have returned to their apartment unit, but when she didn't find her there either a search ensued.
    This is not the original story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    This is not the original story.
    Or is there a a miscommunication because of the language barrier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Or is there a a miscommunication because of the language barrier?
    This is what I'm thinking. They didn't have an interpreter until the day after she was reported missing.
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    https://news4sanantonio.com/news/loc...o-bexar-county

    A $10,000 reward is being offered for information that will bring home 3-year-old Lina Sarda Khil. She disappeared Monday night while on the playground at the apartment complex where her family lives on the Northwest Side.

    The reward is being offered by the Islamic Center of San Antonio. The cash reward was announced Wednesday afternoon, two days after Lina went missing.

    Earlier Wednesday the San Antonio Police Department sent out a tweet written in Pashtun, the native language for many refugees coming from Afghanistan. Margaret Costantino is the Executive Director for the Center for Refugee Services and says this could be a big help in getting the word out.

    “Language is a major barrier. A lot of the women speak no English, so we need to have people communicating with this community in their own language,” said Costantino.

    Near the apartment where a girl went missing, neighbors continue to show hope and love for this family in crisis, but also concern over their own children.
    I saw another headline, but the story was behind a paywall, that said they are focusing on an apartment. Not sure if it's the family's apartment or someone else's apartment.

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    Yeah, I'm really feeling awful about this. Not only is she just gone without a trace, but there may be traces that weren't acted on immediately because of a language barrier. I think the police went with what they thought they had based on the bits and pieces that they could discern from what the Mother was telling them and we all know that missing kids need that first 48 hours to matter. This is the one time where I kind of feel bad for the authorities because it's not like they can have 100s of interpreters well versed in every language at their fingertips and I'm seeing them making a genuine effort to get the word out with the local Afghan community. I just hope she's safe. Some freak could have easily targeted her based on the fact that they're refugees and that makes me sick to my stomach.
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    What an adorable little girl!

    And in an attack on what tiny little bit of faith I still have in humanity, I made the mistake of reading some of the comments on articles. The general consensus is that we should be spending time on American kids that are missing, not her.

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    Afghan immigrant Lina Sadar Khil (age 3), abducted from a playground at her San Antonio, TX apartment complex on 12/20/2021

    https://www-fox7austin-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.fox7austin.com/news/san-antonio-mosque-spearheads-150000-reward-for-missing-3-year-old-lina-sadar-khil.amp?amp_js_v=a6&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQKKAFQAr ABIIACAw%3D%3D#aoh=16405972568211&referrer=https%3 A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampsh are=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fox7austin.com%2Fnews%2Fsan-antonio-mosque-spearheads-150000-reward-for-missing-3-year-old-lina-sadar-khil

    San Antonio mosque spearheads $150,000 reward for missing 3-year-old Lina Sadar Khil

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas - A $150,000 reward is now being offered for information that leads to finding missing 3-year-old Lina Sadar Khil, who vanished from a playground at her family's apartment complex in northwestern San Antonio on Monday evening.

    The Islamic Center of San Antonio, a mosque that Lina's father would occasionally attend, originally offered a $10,000 reward on Wednesday morning, but that number shot up to $100,000 by Thursday evening as charities and private individuals started pitching in, according to a spokesperson for the mosque, Mike Martin.

    "This is not just coming from the community ? this is also from local charities, non-Muslim organizations, and non-Muslims throughout the city," Martin told Fox News.

    "Everybody is coming together over this. There?s good people all over and there?s people that understand that it?s not a faith-based delineation. If somebody is in need, we help them."

    If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the San Antonio Police Department at 210-207-7660.

    Crime Stoppers of San Antonio is also offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to finding Lina and locating the suspect or suspects responsible for her disappearance.

    Lina's family moved to San Antonio in 2019 after fleeing Afghanistan from "threats that were posed to us," her father told KENS-TV.

    The 3-year-old girl was on a playground Monday evening at the family's apartment complex in northwestern San Antonio when her mother briefly left the area. Lina had vanished when her mother returned.

    "We continue to deploy an all hands on deck approach to ensure no evidence, witness statement or clues are left undiscovered," the San Antonio Police Department said Thursday.

    Lina's disappearance is still considered a missing person case, not an abduction, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said Wednesday.

    Despite the case being officially classified as a missing person case, an FBI unit that specializes in crimes against children is on the scene in San Antonio.

    Lina Sadar Khil is about 4 feet tall, weighs 55 pounds, and was last seen wearing a red dress, black jacket, and black shoes.

    "The FBI regularly engages with its local law enforcement partners in efforts to protect our community," an FBI San Antonio Field Office spokesperson told Fox News Digital. "San Antonio Police Department Headquarters continues to lead the interagency efforts to recover missing child, Lina Sardar Khil, with the support of the FBI's resources, to include the Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team."

    Helicopters have been flying over the area while law enforcement officers go door-to-door and review hours of surveillance video. K-9s that specialize in finding missing persons have also been involved in the search.

    Lina is about 4 feet tall, weighs 55 pounds, and has shoulder-length hair. She was wearing a red dress, black jacket, and black shoes when she went missing on Monday evening.

    "No detail is too small as we continue to search for Lina," the San Antonio Police Department said, urging anyone with information to call the missing persons unit at 210-207-7660. "Our community is very important to us and we must all come together to bring Lina home to her family."

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    Just in case we were wondering, so you guys won't have to go searching for it, here's the quote:

    Lina was not left alone, McManus said, there were other parents with their children at the playground when her mother walked away.

    And here's where it came from. Plus the other ones that won't hyperlink cause I'm in mobile version.

    https://people.com/crime/3-year-old-...ediate-danger/

    https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/lo...l-16719075.php

    https://abc13-com.cdn.ampproject.org...%2F11386201%2F

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post


    What an adorable little girl!

    And in an attack on what tiny little bit of faith I still have in humanity, I made the mistake of reading some of the comments on articles. The general consensus is that we should be spending time on American kids that are missing, not her.
    She IS adorable. The general consensus can get fucked. She is a child who deserves as much as any other child. I'm sure any of those white Fox news commenters would have a different answer if their child went missing on vacation overseas.

    Ps sorry for the double post. Twice lol. I searched for both of them and did not see either person ugh

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