Paedo hunter sting by teenage girls goes horrifically wrong when perv snatches child used as ‘bait’ and speeds away with her in his car

Paedo hunter sting by teenage girls goes horrifically wrong when perv snatches child used as ‘bait’ and speeds away with her in his car




A PAEDO sting went horrifically wrong when the fiend snatched a
young girl being used as “bait” by teen vigilantes.

The gang had contacted Robert Dreyfus on social media after
discovering he was looking for sex with underage girls.

A paedo kidnapped a girl being used
as ‘bait’ in a sting outside a California StarbucksGoogle

Two 17-year-olds and an 18-year-old arranged to meet the
32-year-old at a Starbucks in Vista, California, on Sunday
afternoon to snare him.

But when they showed up, Dreyfus reportedly persuaded one of the
younger girls to get in his car for a chat before driving off.

The girl frantically text her pals begging for help – with the
paedo hunters calling cops.

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department was able to get in touch
with Dreyfus, who pulled over around two miles away.

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The teen girl, who is a year under the age of consent in
California, was rescued unharmed, the San
Diego Union Tribune
 reported.

Dreyfus was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping, sending harmful
information to a minor and communication with a minor for specific
offenses.

Sheriff’s department spokesman Sergeant David LaDieu said:
“The group hoped to expose the male and turn over the information
to law enforcement agencies for prosecution.”






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