Criminal Minds S3 E5
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  • There is a great reason to believe that the girl is another victim of a killer who had abducted a little girl from a mall a short time prior and had killed her within an hour

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      Criminal minds Season 3 Episode 5- Seven Seconds

      This is yet another brilliant episode of the show that would keep you in suspense and biting your nails for the next 45 minutes, as you watch the team of FBI profiles untangling the messy string of events and nothing is really as it seems. After a few slow previous


      episodes, the show comes back with a bang and airs one of its best storylines ever.

      A little girl, only six years old disappears in t a middle of a crowded mall when shopping with her parents and her uncle, aunt and thirteen year old cousin.

      The parents are in extreme distress and the team is called ...


      • to the scene.

        There is a great reason to believe that the girl is another victim of a killer who had abducted a little girl from a mall a short time prior and had killed her within an hour.

        The surveillance tapes reveal that she walked off out of the arcade games with someone, but it impossible

        to determine what had made her do it and who had she walked away with.

        The mall is sealed and searches, but she is nowhere to be found.

        After finding one of her belonging in a dumpster and conducting a few interviews, it seems not everyone in the family is telling the truth.

        Definitely worth watching and recommended.




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