Kidnapped Teen Locked in Underground Dungeon for Two Weeks
A 19-year-old Polish teen who was kidnapped and drugged for two weeks has been rescued by authorities last Monday morning. Police recently released photos of the teen’s prison, an underground dungeon in a remote town in Poland.
On his way to school, a Polish teen was kidnapped and imprisoned for two weeks. The kidnappers negotiated a ransom deal with the boy’s father, demanding $315,000 for his release.
Luckily, the property had some watchful neighbors who reported unusual activity to the police.
“After receiving specific intelligence, officers entered the property where they found the entrance to the hidden underground bunker,” Police spokesman Andrzej Borowiak explained. “Inside they found the kidnap victim. Six people have been arrested including two women. The boy has been returned to his parents.”
The teen was found in his cell holding a rosary and prayer book called “The Road to Heaven.”
Borowiak also told the Mail that the teen’s kidnapping appears to be part of a larger ransom plot orchestrated by Michal K, the leader of a local car-jacking gang who has been on the run since escaping from police in 2007.
Police later discovered that the kidnappers were part of a larger gang who were wanted by the police since 2007. They also found a scribbled sheet of paper with the names of children of wealthy families.