5-Year-Old Philly Girl Who Was Kidnapped From School Found In Park Half-Dressed After Escaping Captors
Late last night I was looking through Instagram and saw a few people, including actor Michael K. Williams and model BJ Williams, posting pictures of five-year-old Na’illa Robinson. The little girl with the precious smile was missing. Who knew that about two hours after checking out this missing girl’s story, that she would be found?
The young girl went missing from her West Philadelphia school not too long after her mother, Latifah Rashid, dropped her off. According to The Daily Mail, the young girl was abducted by a woman who was dressed in the same niqab garment that Robinson’s mother wears, which is a veil that covers the face and is worn by Muslim women. In a huge lapse in judgement, those working at Robinson’s school did not require the abductor to show ID, nor did they make her prove that she was a guardian to take the child out. She told those at the school that her name was “Tiffany” and was allowed to leave with Robinson.
Gone for about 20 hours, thankfully, this child was found in the wee hours of the morning, around 4:40 a.m., hiding under a jungle gym set. A man who just happened to be walking in the neighborhood where the park was heard her screaming and found her as she ran out for help. According to Philly.com, officials say she told the man, “I ran away, I ran away from the people who took me.”‘