Abduction Case Has Top Priority

Latest news: Niza Finally Re-united with Her Father

ScandAsia met late last night, a calm and tired Henrik Engdahl in Bangkok. He had come to Bangkok to see the Swedish Embassy and to search for his daughter Niza Engdahl who was abducted by her mother last Wednesday 2. March. There is still no sign of her mother Surat Enmak and nothing new about the abduction.
Mr. Engdahl had been in the province Buri Ram which is Surat Enmak’s home province. He has since received a call from Surat Enmak’s father who says that his daughter had visited his home, but quickly took off again allegedly in anger of her father wanting her to go to the police.

Per Andersson, Head of the Consular Affairs at the Swedish embassy in Bangkok, said today Thursday morning that the matter has the highest priority as in all cases involving children. Per Andersson added that the Embassy is in close contact with Henrik Engdahl and cooperates closely with the Thai Police in this case.
At strategic selected locations, such as train and bus stations and airports, friends and acquaintances to Henrik Engdahl and the family have put up flyers with pictures of the missing girl and the contyact details of Mr Engvall.
Family and friends on Facebook has created a fund collection to increase the reward from the current 50.000 baht. On Facebook Henrik Engdahl clearly do not support a greater reward because it can increase the risk of fraud and thus the chances of abduction.

Henrik Engdahl is in Bangkok for another few days waiting for news about the abduction.

Read the next article in this case on SCandAsia.com: Embassy In Dialog With Mother
Read first article in this case: 4 Year Old Swedish-Thai Girl Kidnapped

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