21 Dec, 2011 @ 18:51
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Ruth and Jose: Police search grandparents’ finca once more

Police have begun a fresh search for the two siblings who disappeared from a Cordoba park on October 8.

The hunt is once more concentrating on their grandparents’ finca in Las Quemadillas.

Their investgation is now focusing on waste ground next to the country house, which has already been searched a number of times.
The children’s photos have also been published in the missing persons section of Interpol’s website .
Ruth Breton Ortiz, six, and her brother Jose, two, were last seen alive by their father, Jose Breton Gomez, 38.

Breton remains in prison as the main suspect.

His side of the story is that he lost sight of the siblings for a moment in a park in Cordoba, but there is no footage of him with the children and no witnesses saw him in the park with the youngsters.

Eloise Horsfield

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