Melbourne man finds abducted children when Swedish police couldn’t

Melbourne man finds abducted children when Swedish police couldn’t

A Melbourne father took time off work, flew to Sweden, and armed with a rental car and a pair of binoculars, managed to locate his abducted children, whom the Swedish police had not been able to locate in 6 months, according to news.com.au

What is telling about this case is that when dealing with overseas authorities, sometimes it is necessary to take things into your own hands. One now retired Brisbane private eye made it a career decision to go overseas and abduct back children who had previously been snatched from Australia. This sometimes involved hair-raising adventures, just demonstrating that at times there can be real danger in such an approach.

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