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Topic - Shoaib Khurram
Authorities were still searching Sunday for clues about who kidnapped an American in Pakistan but came up with no leads after questioning the guards at his house when he was abducted, police said Sunday.
Authorities searched for clues to who kidnapped an American in Pakistan but came up with no leads after questioning the guards at his house when he was abducted, police said Sunday.
Police were hoping the guards could shed some light on who targeted Mr. Weinstein but came up empty-handed, said Shoaib Khurram, a senior police official in Lahore.
"We do not yet have any concrete information that there was a specific threat," Mr. Khurram told the Associated Press.