Andrew Gosden’s family speak out after two men arrested over disappearance
The Guardian says The father of Andrew Gosden, who went missing as a teenager 14 years ago, has said the arrests of two men in connection with his son’s disappearance have “intensified” an emotional time for the family.
Detectives investigating Gosden’s disappearance from South Yorkshire in 2007 announced on Tuesday that they had arrested the men, aged 45 and 38, on suspicion of kidnap and human trafficking.
Gosden was 14 when he left his home in Doncaster on a Friday morning, emptied his bank account of almost £200 and bought a one-way ticket to London. He was last captured on CCTV emerging from Kings Cross station.
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