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Shoshone Falls Park Closed Briefly for Possible Kidnapping

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- Twin Falls park was closed for short time because of a possible kidnapping. According to Shoshone Falls Head Park Ranger Kim Lewis the park was closed off to the public briefly sometime after 2:30pm. Lewis says Twin Falls Dispatch received a tip that a suspect’s car involved in an alleged kidnapping in Mountain Home involving four children was seen at the Shoshone Falls Park. Twin Falls Police responded and were able to locate the suspect’s vehicle and four children quickly. It is not clear if arrests were made.No names have been released at this time.

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