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   Chapter 472 Are You A Human Trafficker

Waiting For a Girl Like You By Vegetable Characters: 11774

Updated: 2019-11-04 00:13


"Sean? Where are you, Sean? Don't you scare me right now! Come out, please!"

Carla continued to call out loud. She looked in every corner of the room. She opened every single cabinet that could contain a person. However, to no avail, Sean was nowhere in sight.

Running out of Sean's bedroom, Carla began to search every single room in the house. She continued to call his name and soon enough, her throat began to hurt. But she didn't pay much attention to it when her brother's safety was on the line.

Terence heard her shouts and went out of their room with his robe on. He followed her voice and grabbed her as soon as she was at arm's length. He could tell that she was frantic so he asked, "What's wrong, Carla? What happened?"

"Terence, it's Sean, I can't find him anywhere. I think we lost him!"

Carla cried in Terence's arms while she stamped her feet. Breaking free from his hold, she went to the next room to continue her search for Sean. There wasn't a corner that she left unchecked, not a closet or cabinet that she didn't open, not a bed that she didn't look under, and not even a curtain that she didn't look behind. But no matter how hard she looked or how loud she called out, Sean was nowhere to be found.

Terence didn't return to his room and instead headed for the surveillance room downstairs. He also asked Nathan and Rainer to help with the search.

'It is still dark outside, so if Sean left the house, the only possibility is that he left before dawn, ' Terence assessed the situation in his mind.

He was right.

In the CCTV footage of the villa entrance, there was a lone little boy who sneaked out of the Seaview Villa in the middle of the night. Although it was very dark outside, it didn't hide Sean as he made his way out of the villa.

Even if there were servants in the house, it would have been difficult to stop him if he ran away on purpose, especially at night.

"Mr. Terence, what's going on?" Rainer asked as soon as he came. "Is Sean in the mansion or did he actually run away?" Nathan asked afterward.

Then the two men rushed to the surveillance room as soon as they could.

Ignoring their questions, Terence ordered instead, "Rainer, send our people to search for Sean along the main road. Be careful but don't miss a single inch of that road."

Terence turned to the clock and realized that it had already been 2 hours since Sean left. It was not good for them since it could mean that he had an ample amount of time to have gone far away from the house.

"Nathan, go and check every single place on the road that has CCTV cameras installed—convenience stores, gas stations, even houses. Find out which route Sean had taken. Then, inform Rainer immediately if you find anything so they could modify their search," Terence ordered quickly and firmly. His instructions were well planned and detailed in the short amount of time that he had to make them.

"Yes, Mr. Terence!" Nathan affirmed.

"Yes, Mr. Terence!" Rainer echoed.

They went off separately to execute the plan as soon as they acknowledged Terence's orders.

Meanwhile, Carla almost tore the villa apart.

Tristan also heard the news and immediately came to help with the search.

He had thought that Sean was a cheerful boy who could stand his jokes, but it turned out that he was just a fragile child. The matter had become extremely serious in the blink of an eye and suddenly spun out of control.

"Tristan, listen to me carefully! If anything happened to my brother, if h

e looked at Carla carefully. The worry and stress were so apparent on her face. So he kissed her forehead to calm her down a little more. Continuing to console her, he said "Honey, get in the car and wait for me. I'll just go and buy something to eat. You haven't had anything since this morning and I'm afraid that it's not good for your health. You have to take care of yourself so you can have the energy to look for Sean. What do you say?"

Carla nodded her head while she listened to him. She went for the parking lot on the other side of the road. But this time, she was now paying attention to the cars passing by.

It was only then that she could admit how exhausted and tired she was. She was in dire need of some rest and sleep.

Hours before, Sean was walking away from Seaview Villa in the dark of the night.

He stayed on the road and walked for so long that he didn't realize where he was going. When he realized what he had actually done, it was already too late.

He looked north and south, east and east, as far as his eyes could see but he had no idea where he was.

Normally, the driver would pick him up from school or anywhere he needed to go. So there was never an instance where he walked so far by himself. Standing alone in the dark in an unfamiliar place, Sean started to regret what he had done.

He realized that he had overestimated himself and his capabilities.

Rubbing his head, Sean kept walking forward with a guilty conscience. He tried to find the main road where he could hail a cab.

But the further he went... why did it seem like the road was getting more remote?

"Hello, little boy? What are you doing here all alone?"

Sean heard a car honking while he was trying to figure out where to go. Then, he saw a middle-aged man who poked his head out of the car window. It seemed like the man was the one he heard asking earlier.

Ignoring his question, Sean kept on walking.

"Hello, I'm asking you. Why are you not answering me? Where is your family? Why aren't you at school on a day like this?" the man kept asking. Then he parked the car and got off. He easily caught up to Sean who was walking ahead of him.

Sean had to stop and looked up at the man who was standing in front of him

All of a sudden, Sean directly asked him a question.

"Mister, are you a human trafficker?"

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