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Washington – In the United States, thanks to a series on the Netflix platform, a girl who was kidnapped by her mother in 2017 was found after six years. The case of Kayla Unbehaun was covered by the creators in one of the episodes of the series Unsolved Mysteries (Unsolved Mysteries), and thanks to this, one of the viewers recognized the girl when she came to his store in North Carolina and alerted the police, The Times wrote.
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Nine-year-old Kayla disappeared from her home in Illinois, where she lived with her father, who had sole custody of her. Authorities initially assumed she was abducted by her mother because the girl disappeared while spending court-ordered visitation time with her.
“I'm overjoyed to have Kayla back home,” he said in statement by her father Ryan Iskerka. The mother, Heather Unbehaun, was arrested over the weekend on kidnapping charges and is now free after posting bail pending a trial that begins in July. began airing new series on Netflix in 2020. “It's great how a show like this can have a positive impact,” commented Jerry Krawczyk, chief of police in the city of South Elgin, where her father lives, about the discovery of the missing girl.