Scottish paedophiles under scrutiny over missing schoolboy Yéremi Vargas
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
THREE Scottish men are being investigated over the disappearance of schoolboy Yéremi Vargas, who went missing in March 2007 when he was just seven years old.
Yéremi's whereabouts have been the subject of ongoing, but as yet fruitless investigations for six-and-a-half years, but after two dangerous paedophiles known as Charles and William were arrested in Gran Canaria and deported, inquiries have led towards their possibly having played a part in his disappearance.
The child's mother and grandparents are convinced Yéremi was murdered by the Scottish men.
They are believed to have lived in Albir (Alicante) where they worked as kitchen assistants before moving to the Canary Islands when they were recognised, after having abused two teenage boys.
Both were aged 15, and one was said to be living in the converted bus the two men used as their home from summer 2003 until they were drummed out of town, and another was drugged, kidnapped and raped.
Back in 1997, a woman living near the men in Scotland threatened to 'out' them publicly for having abused young boys, and in response, one of the accused's murdered her, put her body in a dustbin and threw it in the sea.
It was not until spring 2010, when they were spotted in Blackpool, UK, that they were finally arrested and brought to justice.
They are both in jail in Scotland, but the third remains at large.
The Scottish prisoners owned a company called Rainbow Cleaning Services, S.L., in the town of Vecindario, where Yéremi was last seen playing with his cousins on a field.
Both were said to have had friends in the Los Llanos district, where Yéremi and his family lived, and all three of the men under suspicion rented a house in the area.
Police from Spain have travelled to Scotland to question the two men in custody there and have distributed their photo in the hope that one of the British expatriates in Gran Canaria who contracted their cleaning services may be able to offer further information.
In fact, one British woman already told police in 2012 that she had seen all three of the men in Vecindario.
The Guardia Civil considers it 'significant' that the two men in jail had no qualms about speaking to Scotland Yard police over the disappearance of British toddler Madeleine McCann on May 3, 2007 from Praia da Luz, southern Portugal, when she was three.
But they refused to testify when quizzed over Yéremi Vargas, who had gone missing two months earlier.www.thinkspain.com/news-spain/23544/scottish-paedophiles-under-scrutiny-over-missing-schoolboy-yeremi-vargas