At least 10 arrests made in connection to kidnapping of tourist, guide in Uganda

Additional arrests are expected as the investigation into the kidnapping of American tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott and her guide Jean-Paul Mirenge Remezo continues.
1:46 | 04/10/19

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All right guys and we move on to you gunned. More then ten arrests have been made in connection with the kidnapping. Of the American tourist in her safari guide so there's still plenty of questions arose I wanna go to Ian panel who's in you've gone though with more EM. Say that can label would. Now loose balls were in the capital Kampala. We've moved out to the area but those investigations apparently still going home and picking up a page. Into who carried out the abduction of the American tourist and take died over a week ago now. Hey souls within the investigation telling NBC news today. That Val now over ten people in custody all suspected of involvement in that kidnapping. And that the investigation goes on they're expecting it accede to carry on for a number of days. Not just here in Uganda but on the other side of the border in the Democratic Republic of Congo now with seasonal lives pitches all of the release we sold out lovely picture of Joseph pull over and get remains so high guide come driver and Kimberly sue and because. The day after they were rescued and then we saw the images of them heading to. The capital here in Kampala but now questions of their whereabouts. Nobody has said that they left the country's yet. The US embassy and the Ugandan authorities refusing to reveal exactly their location that right now the Ugandan authorities saying they don't want to talk about it. Because of quote trauma so that investigation continues questions about who paid the ransom also continued with the Ugandan government now echoing what the US government has said that he doesn't reward people. Who carry out abductions. For now that's why we off some positive news obviously that more detentions are being made we still don't know that any of those people in custody. All the perpetrators all back kidnapping.

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