Father arrested at airport following international manhunt

아버지, 39, who ‘abducted his two-year-old daughter and jetted to Spainis arrested after returning to the UK

  • Lee Rogers, 39, detained by officers after landing at Glasgow Airport yesterday
  • He had been accused of abducting his own daughter, two-year-old Gracie-May, and flying to Alicante on the Costa Blanca with his partner Kelly Gibson, 35
  • Lancashire Police had launched a desperate appeal for the toddler’s return
  • Gracie-May was collected by officers at Manchester Airport and ‘taken to safety
  • A father who allegedly abducted his own daughter and jetted off to 스페인 was arrested following an international manhunt.

    Lee Rogers, 39, was arrested by officers after landing in Scotland on Tuesdayafter he had boarded a flight with Kelly Gibson, 35, and their daughter Gracie-May Rogers on August 24.

    Police had launched a desperate appeal for the return of the two-year-old girl, of Lancaster, and both Rogers and Gibson were wanted on suspicion of child abduction.

    The toddler was ‘taken to a place of safetyafter returning to Manchester Airport earlier this week, 경찰이 말했다, and Gibson was detained in connection with her disappearance.

    Lee Rogers, 39, was arrested by officers after landing at Glasgow Airport on Tuesday

    Lee Rogers, 39, was arrested by officers after landing at Glasgow Airport on Tuesday

    Kelly Gibson, 35, and Lee Rogers are believed to have boarded a flight from Glasgow to Alicante with their daughter, Gracie-May Rogers, 화요일에 (Pictured together at Glasgow Airport)

    Kelly Gibson, 35, and Lee Rogers are believed to have boarded a flight from Glasgow to Alicante with their daughter, Gracie-May Rogers, 화요일에 (Pictured together at Glasgow Airport)

    Investigators believe the trio arrived at Alicante, on the Costa Blanca, at 9.35pm on August 24 - although there has been no reported sighting of the family

    Investigators believe the trio arrived at Alicante, on the Costa Blanca, at 9.35pm on August 24 – although there has been no reported sighting of the family

    Lancashire Police launched an urgent appeal for missing Gracie-May Rogers on Friday.

    The two-year-old toddler was last identified on a plane that landed in Alicante, on the Costa Blanca, at 9.35pm on August 24.

    She was recovered by officers at Manchester Airport on Sunday evening ‘in the company of a woman’ – who has since been interviewed by police.

    Police had launched a desperate appeal for the return of two-year-old Gracie-May, of Lancaster, amid an international manhunt for her parents

    Police had launched a desperate appeal for the return of two-year-old Gracie-May, of Lancaster, amid an international manhunt for her parents

    Gracie-May was found safe and well at Manchester Airport on Tuesday night by the police

    Gracie-May was found safe and well at Manchester Airport on Tuesday night by the police

    Rogers was arrested at Glasgow airport on August 31 on suspicion of abduction and is being quizzed by officers over his daughter’s disappearance.

    Lancashire Police had said it was treating the case as a missing child and the couple were wanted on suspicion of child abduction.

    A police spokesperson said: ‘A 35-year-old woman who we wanted to speak to in connection with Gracie-May’s disappearance was detained by officers without incident.

    ‘She is not under arrest and will be voluntarily interviewed in due course.

    ‘Rogers was arrested at Glasgow airport yesterday on suspicion of abduction and is in custody.

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