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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Matthew's non-custodial mother, Kathleen Mary Rock, abducted him from Phoenix when he was three years old.
Scott's non-custodial mother, Maria Isabel Ramirez, abducted him from Houston when he was six and he now is nine years old.
His non-custodial father, Charles Wood, abducted him from Grand Prairie, Texas.
Lachlan's non-custodial mother, Yukiko Kishida, abducted him from Potomac, Maryland, on June 21, 2001.
Raul's non-custodial mother, Araceli Barragan, abducted him from Warwick, New York, when he was two years old.
His non-custodial mother, Nancy Olivia Talamantes, abducted him from Denver and a felony warrant was issued for the abductor on January 2, 2001.