A certain abduction case in England last year that will help with my next hub?
There was an abduction case in England some months back, where a mother and family were hiding their daughter at an aunts in order to claim some money from newspaper deals, but cannot remember a name and cannot find it in google, can someone help me out please as I need it for a hubpage
It was a very famous and well publicised case in UK for some time, but my memory is failing me lol
Can you remember the time of year when it happened? If you can narrow the time-frame somewhat, you could go to the online version of some of the newspapers from UK and do a search there.
You may not even need the time-frame. Just go to the website of the newspaper you trust the most and run a search there. The search box should offer a choice between "web" and "site" searches, so you won't get overwhelmed with unrelated hits.
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