Transcript for Police: Couple Who Abducted Amish Girls Could Have Had Other Victims
disturbing new details about the kidnapping of two amish girls in upstate New York. Police revealing that these were possibly not the pair's only victims. Reporter: A sad development. The two little amish girls were sexually abused by their alleged kidnappers. A couple, this, as we learn more about those suspects. This morning, potentially haunting news in the case of the amish missing girls abandoned and found alive. A source telling ABC news that the amish girls may not have been the first alleged victims. Saying there could have been 'oers the past. Do you have anything to say? Reporter: The startling news just a day after Stephen Howells and Nicole raise were locked up. Held without bond, accused of kidnapping a 7 and 12-year-old girl allegedly be the intent to inflict physical injury. The motive was to victimize them. Reporter: Ááá(qáhápv the pair gave lengthy written and )recorded statements. When asked if they confessed, the sheriff said -- The girls gave details to us, yes. Reporter: The girlsdy appeared. Coercion tactics were used to lure them in the car. After 4 hour, the girls were set free. Barefoot, cold, hungry. They knocked on this door. The husband and wife speaking exclusively to ABC news. We just returned the kids to their parents. That's where they wanted to be. Reporter: Howells has not yet hired an attorney. And vaisey's attorney didn't comm nt. We feel there was a definite potential other victims from these two. Reporter: Prosecutors tell LG ABC news those little girls were sexually abused during their time away from home. More charges are on T way, we've been told, including potential federal charges. They'll face a judge on Thursday. There has been a lot of
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