abduct (someone) from

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abduct (someone) from

To kidnap. Someone abducted that little girl from her parents' home in the middle of the night. I hope the dog wasn't abducted from our yard.
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abduct someone from someone or something

to take away or kidnap a person from someone or from a particular place, usually in secret. The thugs abducted the child from her mother.
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Chaderia was one year old when her non-custodial mother, Portia Eujean Mitchell, abducted her from Fort Worth, Texas, in May 2001.
Her non-custodial mother, Yvette Torres, abducted her from Ronkonkoma, New York (Long Island), when she was one.
Her non-custodial father, Mohammad Rizwan Malik, abducted her from Addison, Illinois, when she was seven.
Felix Fernando Pichardo, abducted her from Woodstock, Illinois, when she was four.
The girl had been missing since October 2001, when her non-custodial mother abducted her from her home in Sandy, Utah.