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Florida couple, both 33, visiting Haiti are kidnapped by a local gang who demand $200,000 for their safe return as their family says they warned them not to travel to the country

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A Florida couple visiting Haiti was kidnapped nearly an hour after landing as their captors demand $200,000 for their safe return, Your Content has learned.

Abigail and Jean-Dickens Toussaint, both 33, were taken by a Haitian gang while on a bus in Port-au-Prince on March 18.

The couple flew from Florida to visit a sick relative despite family warning them to not travel to the country overrun with political unrest and gangs.

The gang requested the family pay them $6,000 for the couple’s safe return before they increased the amount to $200,000,‘according to New York Post.

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