THE Bacolod City Police Station 5 is validating the testimony of the female college student to determine if she is a victim of abduction.

Senior Inspector Emmanuel Misajon, chief of Police Station 5, said yesterday they are facing difficulty in proving that March Ann Baynosa, 24, was indeed abducted because she refused to meet and talk with investigators.

Baynosa, a senior Information Technology student of University Negros

Occidental-Recoletos, was reported missing Tuesday and returned to her family Thursday after she texted her boyfriend to fetch at Capitol Park and Lagoon.

Baynosa had earlier informed her family and friends through text that she was abducted by two unidentified armed men along Barangay Granada.

Misajon said that instead of talking to the police, Baynosa wrote a statement about what happened to her.

She stated that she was abducted by two armed men Tuesday evening on her way home to Providence Negros Subdivision in Barangay Granada, and was brought to a house.

On Thursday morning, three persons, two male and a female, who used a black vehicle dropped her at Capitol Lagoon. She said that she was not molested.

Misajon said Baynosa also refused to undergo a medical examination.

After she returned to her family, Misajon said the Baynosa family asked them to stop the investigation.

However, they will continue to pursue the case because it is a security issue that can cause alarm to the public, he added.