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Offline misty

Fresh appeal for help on Greek TV December 2016
« on: January 03, 2017, 12:04:57 AM »
http://www.itv.com/news/calendar/2016-12-17/greek-television-show-appeals-again-for-information-over-ben-needham/

ITV REPORT  17 December 2016 at 1:34pm
Greek television show appeals again for information over Ben Needham
Greek television has aired a new appeal for information about the whereabouts of Ben Needham.

The hugely popular programme Light at the End of the Tunnel, which features missing persons cases, used Calendar footage filmed earlier this week, in which the family asked for help to bring Ben back home.

An excavation on the island in September and October failed to find him, but did unearth a toy car that he was playing with on the day he disappeared in July 1991.

South Yorkshire Police had earlier told his family that they believed he was killed in an accident with a digger.

Last night the programme featured the case once more - with family and police interviews translated into Greek. Ben's mum Kerry believes there ARE people on the island who may know Ben's last resting place, and appealed for them to come forward.

(Video of Greek programme in link).


Online John

Re: Fresh appeal for help on Greek TV December 2016
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2017, 12:38:25 AM »
http://www.itv.com/news/calendar/2016-12-17/greek-television-show-appeals-again-for-information-over-ben-needham/

ITV REPORT  17 December 2016 at 1:34pm
Greek television show appeals again for information over Ben Needham
Greek television has aired a new appeal for information about the whereabouts of Ben Needham.

The hugely popular programme Light at the End of the Tunnel, which features missing persons cases, used Calendar footage filmed earlier this week, in which the family asked for help to bring Ben back home.

An excavation on the island in September and October failed to find him, but did unearth a toy car that he was playing with on the day he disappeared in July 1991.

South Yorkshire Police had earlier told his family that they believed he was killed in an accident with a digger.

Last night the programme featured the case once more - with family and police interviews translated into Greek. Ben's mum Kerry believes there ARE people on the island who may know Ben's last resting place, and appealed for them to come forward.

(Video of Greek programme in link).

An interesting development and well done for finding it misty.  Sort of puts the SYP conclusion in the dog house.
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