The 30-year-old Tiffany Rubin was a happy mother when she brought her son back home with the help of an investigator. Rubin’s 7-year-old son Kobe was kidnapped by her ex-husband. The husband flew to South Korea taking the son with him and he did not send mother a single message that the son was with him. It took whole one year for mother to bring her son back to her and there were celebrations in the family when she arrived at Kennedy Airport with her son. The family and close friends gave them a very warm welcome at airport, who started shouting, jumping and waving hands as they saw mother and son together.
Arriving back at home, the mother said that she was so happy and it was all so amazing. She said that she thought she would never see him again. The son also commented on this happy occasion and said that he was happy arriving back at home. Jeffrey Sako kidnapped the son in August 2007 after he lost custody battle of the child. The couple had been split two years ago.
Rubin is a school teacher at Public School 166 in Queens and it was really a very tough job for a lady to take her son back. Her sister-in-law came forward and helped her by introducing her with the American Association for Lost Children which is a non-profit group and finds missing kids. The group hired an investigator Mark Miller for her. The mother and investigator then flew to South Korea.
The investigator gathered information about the kid like where he was studying in Korea and what were his school timings. One day they entered in school and went straight to his class and asked teacher to see Kobe for a while. The mother then chat him and after he recognized her she took him with her and got out of the building. They went straight to American Embassy and came back home.