14/04/2003

'Abducted' boy returns home safely

Police have confirmed that a three-year-old boy, who was allegedly abducted near his Belfast home, has been returned safely.

Detectives in Dunmurry appealed for help in tracing the missing child after he disappeared from his Poleglass home recently.

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