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Wife appeals for paedophile Robert Bill’s capture after second incident

PUBLISHED: December 24, 2012 at 12:42 pm  •  LAST EDITED: December 24, 2012 at 1:15 pm
Andalucia, Lead, Malaga  •  4 Comments


Wife appeals for paedophile Robert Bill’s capture after second incident

• Robert Bill with his estranged wife, Jackie


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By Frances Leate

POLICE are still desperately trying to find a dangerous paedophile after another attempted abduction of a girl in Velez-Malaga.

Spanish police have been searching for Robert Edward Bill, 58, since November 19 when a 12-year-old girl was dragged into a car outside the court building in the town.

Now police have stepped up their search after a man in his 50s tried to bundle a young girl in his car on December 10.

Following sightings of Bill in the area his son, Stephen Bill and wife, Jackie, have both appealed for his capture.

Describing him as a “dangerous” and “evil” man, his wife of more than 30 years has called on him to hand himself in.

She said: “He has no life now and should turn himself in. Neither me or our four sons have any contact with him anymore.”

In 2009, before the couple divorced, Mrs Bill and her son David admitted perverting the course of justice to protect Bill by destroying his laptop computer, which contained scores of indecent images of children.

However, she claims that at that time she believed her husband to be innocent but now accepts her and her family was deceived for more than three decades of marriage.

Bill was jailed for 18 months for indecent assault and trying to kidnap a seven-year-old girl near his hometown in North Wales.

Speaking exclusively to the Olive Press, Bill’s son, Stephen, 26, said he was outraged his father was even allowed to come to Spain in August this year.

He called for changes in the law after the convicted sex offender and ex-teacher was able to board a plane and set up home in Competa.

Just days later, he had secured a job at El Pino Properties in TorroxPark and befriended the unknowing expat community.

A new international initiative to prevent UK sex offenders travelling to other countries has now been launched in Spain.

The International Child Protection Certificate was launched during a two day meeting between specialist Spanish officers and UK authorities.

The certificate is a new police check for UK nationals who are travelling and working overseas, and will help identify and screen out those who are unsuitable to be working with children.

 

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Ben

December 24th, 2012 6:07 pm

The police better catch this guy before the public do.

Andy

December 29th, 2012 3:50 am

Disgusting family ….yuk….double yuk!!!!!!
Whole family tried to hide laptop full of child porn,got a problem with this info? Sue me,dare you.

george ashton

April 8th, 2013 6:47 pm

bob bill i looked after him in prison everything not is fault very very dangrous man cannot be trusted he conned loads of people even his famly hope they catch him and trow away key

I N

June 19th, 2013 5:05 pm

He is arrested in morocco just today trying to abduct a little girl and drove her at a speed in his car was followed by some moroccans in their car and they manage to stop him , he ws handed to the police today !




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