Family lawyer of woman abducted in Wasaga Beach questions if police took her safety seriously

Elnaz Hajtamiri has been missing since she was abducted on Jan. 12



Two days before Elnaz Hajtamiri was abducted from her relatives’ home in Wasaga Beach, Ont., in January, sources with direct knowledge of the situation told CBC News she returned to the GTA to pick up her car, computer and cellphone from police, who had them to check for tracking devices and software.

Hajtamiri had given her belongings to York Regional Police for analysis after she was attacked by two masked men in the parking garage of her Richmond Hill condo building on Dec. 21. Prior to the attack, two illegal tracking devices had been discovered underneath her Lexus by workers at a dealership when she brought the car in for service, a relative previously told CBC News.

Fearing for her safety, Hajtamiri moved in with family in Wasaga Beach right after the parking garage attack. She’d been staying there for nearly three weeks without incident. The only time she left was when she picked up her car, computer and cell phone at the request of police and brought the belongings back to her relatives’ home on Jan. 10, according to sources with direct knowledge of the situation.

Two days later, on Jan. 12, she was forcibly taken from the house by three men — and is still missing.

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