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PostSubject: SHANNON SAFE THANK GOD   Sat Mar 15, 2008 10:59 am


Shannon Matthews found alive and well 24 days after she disappeared








'Settled night' for missing Shannon



5 hours ago
Shannon Matthews, the nine-year-old girl who dramatically reappeared after being missing for 24 days, has had a "comfortable and settled night", police said.
Shannon spent the evening watching films and playing with a kitten after being rescued by police from a flat less than a mile from her family home in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, on Friday.
The youngster will be questioned by specially-trained officers to try to find out what happened since she went missing on February 19.
Shannon has now been made the subject of an Emergency Police Protection Order.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "Shannon Matthews has been away from home for almost four weeks. As part of our ongoing inquiries, and following medical checks, West Yorkshire Police will begin the process of interviewing Shannon.
"This may be a long process but throughout this inquiry our main focus has been and continues to be Shannon's welfare.
"We have therefore taken the decision that, for now, it is in Shannon's best interests that she be made subject of an Emergency Police Protection Order.
"This will remain in place until we have had time to establish the full facts of what happened in the time since her disappearance."
Police arrested 39-year-old Mick Donovan on suspicion of Shannon's abduction at the flat in Lidgate Gardens, in the Batley Carr area of Dewsbury. He is understood to be the uncle of the schoolgirl's stepfather Craig Meehan.
West Yorkshire Police reportedly went to the flat where the "timid" schoolgirl was found after receiving tip-offs from a neighbour and the charity Missing People. Neighbours said Mr Donovan had lived in the flat for three or four years and "kept himself to himself".
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PostSubject: Re: SHANNON SAFE THANK GOD   Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:26 am

Hello, first post on here.

Yes it was wonderful news to hear that Shannon is alive and well. A nice positive story in the news for a change. Lets hope she will not have any long term ill effects from the experience.
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PostSubject: Re: SHANNON SAFE THANK GOD   Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:17 pm

Oh that is fantastic news
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