In the 21st century, a lot of things are made convenient. We mostly have technology to thank for this.
These days, even looking for a romantic partner is as easy as making a few swipes on your smartphone. But just because it’s now more convenient to meet potential partners online, doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s always safe to do so.
Ever since online dating sites were invented, countless horror stories of people going missing after meeting up with online partners have been reported.
Social networking sites like Tinder and Facebook allow users to communicate with other people from different parts of the world without having to step out of their rooms.
It all sounds harmless on the outset but when people decide to take things to another level, such as meet up in person, things could take a strange turn. Often, it could even be dangerous.
Recently, a 16-year-old girl named Jessica Salutan from South Cotabato was reported missing. According to TNP, investigators believe that an Indian national named Suyiba Ansari is responsible for the teenager’s disappearance. The two initially met on Facebook and eventually got close.
After deciding that they were ready to finally see each other in person, they set up a meeting on January 30, 2017. Jessica has not been seen since.
Her mother, Eva Salutan, sought the help of Bombo Radyo Korono when she realized that her daughter had gone missing.
See the post on Bombo Radyo’s facebook page here for details:
Via: CrackerDaily , TNP
Source: Cracker Daily
Teenager Reported Missing After Meeting up With an Indian Man She Met Online!