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April 10, 2004

Albany- Kindervision and WALB helped dozens of children make personalized videos and identification kits Saturday.

Families were given a free video-taped interview of their child answering questions about themselves and their favorite things. The videos are designed to give investigators clues if the kids are missing or abducted.

"They're able to use if the child should be kidnapped, and not only do we give that to the child we have safety videos too that teach them how use 911, and then also use code names if they are kidnapped," says WALB News 10's Tonya Kilpatrick.

The tapes also tell kids what to do if a stranger tries to lure them away from their parents or push them into a car. Kindervison will host three more events in Southwest Georgia, including Valdosta and Thomasville.

Posted at 5:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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