Seven kidnapped teenagers have rescued from a cybersex den in Alaminos City, Panguasinan.
Police identified the victims as 14-year-old Ailyn Opolinto; 16-year-old Sabrina Cabanban; 14-year-old Wennilyn Humilde; 16-year-old Rubilyn Villanueva; 16-year-old Jerome Soriano; 17-year-old Jhomar Ken Radoc, 17-yeaer-old Mark Christopher Cerdan.
Police arrested 46-year-old Christina Reyes, and her son, 22-year-old Christian Reyes who were in the house where the teenagers were being held.
Three of the teens were found hidden inside a cabinet in the home, while the other four were locked inside a room.
Police were alerted by the parents of two of the children, saying they hadn’t returned home since January 23.
Authorities conducted a search and rescue operation, locating the teenagers with the help of local residents.
An investigation into the kidnappings show that the youngsters were being used in a cybersex den – with mostly foreign clientele paying for their services.
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