Donald Trump has demanded the capture of the Ugandan kidnappers who snatched an American tourist and demanded a $500,000 ransom. Kimberly Sue Endicott, a tourist from Costa Mesa, California, was kidnapped at gunpoint along with her tour guide on a safari last week and both were rescued alive Sunday. However, her kidnappers escaped. Endicott will be turned over to the U.S. ambassador Monday, according to Ugandan police, but it's unclear whether the ransom was paid. Tweeting Monday morning, Trump threatened that Uganda's tourism industry will suffer unless they swiftly capture the kidnappers. He wrote: “Uganda must find the kidnappers of the American Tourist and guide before people will feel safe in going there. Bring them to justice openly and quickly!” It's believed that four armed men took the pair at gunpoint in Queen Elizabeth National Park.