彼女が助けを求めるためにTikTokから学んだ手のジェスチャーをした後、行方不明のティーンは救助されました

A missing teenager from North Carolina was rescued by Kentucky police after she signaled for help by using a hand gesture known on チクタク to represent violence at home, 警察によると.

The 16-year-old from Asheville, ノースカロライナ州, was reported missing by her parents on Tuesday, according to the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky. 木曜日に, a motorist in Kentucky called 911 to report seeing a girl in distress in a vehicle on the interstate.
The complainant was behind the vehicle and noticed a female passenger in the vehicle making hand gestures that are known on the social media platform ‘Tik Tokto represent violence at homeI need helpdomestic violence,” reads the statement posted on Friday by the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office.
      The hand gesture is a one-handed sign someone can use when in distress, による the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Someone using the signal holds their hand up with their palm facing out, then tucks their thumb into their hand and then closes their fingers to trap thumb.
        Police told CNN affiliate WYMT that the teen had learned the hand gesture on TikTok. The person who called 911 stayed behind the vehicle for seven miles relaying information to police, according to WYMT. Police were able to pull over the car and rescue the teen.
          The suspect originally took the teen from North Carolina to Ohio where he has relatives, 警察は言った. They left Ohio once his relatives found out the teen was a minor and reported missing, 警察によると.
            We don’t know how long coming down the interstate from Ohio that she had been doing this to other motorists hoping that they would notice that she was in distress, but finally someone did recognize,” Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Gilbert Acciardo told WYMT.
            Police arrested the man Thursday and charged him unlawful imprisonment and possession of a matter of sex performance by a minor (以上 12 but under 18).

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