American Sailing Couple Held in Nicaragua

Dave and Leiann Scee have told family they may have to "buy their way out."
0:45 | 11/13/13

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A retired couple is spent the last three years failing may have found themselves in troubled waters. -- -- and seas were heading from Honduras to coast Rica when their adventure was derailed. In that looks like a kidnapping for ransom. The -- their children back home in Washington State got a call from their parent saying they were being held against their will in Nicaragua. My dad had said that they were being the entry and partly. Over there. That they were being nice to them. He was State Department says it's aware of the incident but isn't saying much citing privacy issues were helpless we're -- hopeless. We want to do we would do anything to help them. But we don't even know what to do. The kidnapped couple told the family they might have to buy their way out of the situation but so far there's been no further communication.

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