Two-year-old girl ‘abducted by her parents to care for her grandmother before being flown to Spain’ is found safe at Manchester Airport with woman, 35, who is being held by police
- Police had asked for help on Friday night in locating Gracie-May Rogers, two
- Police had said they believed she had been kidnapped and taken to Spain
- Now they say she has returned to the UK and is in a safe place
A two-year-old girl allegedly abducted to Spain has been safely returned to the UK.
Lancashire Police issued an urgent appeal for the missing Gracie-May Rogers on Friday.
Last night it said that the toddler had been picked up by agents at Manchester Airport on Sunday evening ‘in the company of a woman’.
Police had asked for help on Friday night in finding Gracie-May Rogers, two
A Lancashire Police spokesman said: ‘We are pleased to say that officers collected Gracie-May from Manchester airport last night in the company of a woman.
“She has now been taken to a safe place.
“A 35-year-old woman we wanted to speak to in connection with Gracie-May’s disappearance was detained by officers without incident.
Gracie-May was found safe and sound at Manchester Airport by police last night
“While she is not under arrest, she will be voluntarily questioned in due course.
“A 39-year-old man we wanted to speak to in connection with Gracie-May’s disappearance has not returned to the UK.”
“We want to thank everyone who shared our appeal and played a key role in our investigation to find Gracie-May. Your support, as always, is greatly appreciated.’