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Police Question Peer Over Missing Grandchild

July 23, 1906 ·

Police are questioning a seventy five year old man, over the disappearance of a young girl and her mother.

The pair went missing a week ago from a family estate in Beaconsfield, Bucks, and detectives are treating their disappearance as a missing person inquiry.

The man is believed to be a member of the House of Lords, and the child his grand daughter.

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