Alleged attempted child kidnap in Spain’s Fuengirola

Attempted child kidnap in Spain’s Fuengirola Credit: Pixabay

Alleged attempted child kidnap in Spain’s Fuengirola, according to reports on social media.
One worried person took to Facebook to share details of the shocking incident where a child was allegedly nearly abducted from a shopping centre in Spain’s Fuengirola.
The worried person took to Facebook and shared information with others that was then shared by Canal denuncias e informacion.
The post read: “ATTENTION PARENTS !!! In the Miramar shopping centre in Fuengirola there have already been two attempts to abduct children, a three year old boy from some FRIENDS OF MINE, a man of about 60 years old grabbed him by the back of the neck and pushed him, the mother saw him and took the child from him, the man claimed that it was a joke, but last week a woman also tried to kidnap a girl🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏So be careful with this, these mafias are on the coast.”
One Facebook user queried what the man looked like as their son had also allegedly been approached recently. They commented: “my son in the mall was approached by a man about that age and said something about his shirt, immediately my son turned and looked at us but we were near the man smiled and left.”
Update: Happily the National police have now been able to confirm that no attempted kidnappings have taken place.
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Alex Glenn

Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


    • Craig Dunn

      24 August 2021 • 15:05

      This has been confirmed as a hoax by the CNP

      • John Smith

        24 August 2021 • 17:03

        Thank you Craig – this was spotted earlier by Alex and an update was added to the story.


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