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Appeal for Phuket sightings of missing 'tug-of-love' girls
The Phuket News

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The two girls, Alina and Annie.

PHUKET: -- The aunt of two young girls caught in a “tug of love” between their British father and Thai mother has appealed for anyone seeing the two girls to get in touch with her or with the Thai police.

There is a possibility the mother and the two girls are in Phuket, the children’s aunt, Charlotte Day, has said.

The parents, Robert Day and Onwarat “Noklek” Gamlem, were divorced four years ago, with their father being awarded custody of the two girls – 10-year-old Alina and six-year-old Ananya (“Annie”).

The girls stayed in touch with their mother – known also as Wiganda Day and Onwarat Suphikunphong – by internet, and then in May their father took them from England to Pattaya so they could spend some time with her. He dropped them off to spend a few days with their mother.

When Noklek did not return with the children, on June 1 a complaint was laid with Pattaya Police and an arrest warrant was issued for Noklek on a charge of abduction.

Police checked her home and found no one there.

Noklek is believed to be travelling not only with the two girls but also with Marvin, her three-year-old son by her new husband. Her husband, a Norwegian fisherman, left Thailand to work before the girls arrived in Thailand.

To see more pictures of the girls or to report a sighting, go here.

Alternatively, email charlottedayis [at] hotmail.com or call 090 773 8900.

Source: http://www.thephuketnews.com/appeal-for-phuket-sightings-of-missing-%E2%80%98tug-of-love%E2%80%99-girls-47004.php

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-- Phuket News 2014-06-23

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How sad for things to get to this stage with the parents and family I hope they find the two beautiful little girls before anything bad happens to them and get them returned home where they belong.


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If she has a Bank Account with an ATM Card that wpould be a good place to start, or if the Girls have an ATN or Credit Card from the Father.

Yes, and also have a good look into her telephone records, and if she has a particular phone, remotely turn on its GPS.

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If she has a Bank Account with an ATM Card that wpould be a good place to start, or if the Girls have an ATN or Credit Card from the Father.

Yes, and also have a good look into her telephone records, and if she has a particular phone, remotely turn on its GPS.

Good suggestions.

If the mother really wants to hide and is clever enough not to use her ATM card or a mobile phone registered on her name, than a quick flash in a Thai television program showing her and the girls, briefly explaining the story and requesting the public to come forward with information might also do the trick.

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I never realised that a mother can abduct her own daughters.

Yes it is abduction as she has been awarded to her father care, it would not be obduction if there was no court order

She is also in breach of a federal court mean some time in a british jail if she ever returned to any country in the common market

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If she has a Bank Account with an ATM Card that wpould be a good place to start, or if the Girls have an ATN or Credit Card from the Father.

Yes, and also have a good look into her telephone records, and if she has a particular phone, remotely turn on its GPS.

Good suggestions.

If the mother really wants to hide and is clever enough not to use her ATM card or a mobile phone registered on her name, than a quick flash in a Thai television program showing her and the girls, briefly explaining the story and requesting the public to come forward with information might also do the trick.

TV would be useless unless there was a reward attached

Thais would not reccognise the British court and see her as the correct parent

Farlang have no rights in Thailand

a good reward would change this attitude though

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If she has a Bank Account with an ATM Card that wpould be a good place to start, or if the Girls have an ATN or Credit Card from the Father.

Yes, and also have a good look into her telephone records, and if she has a particular phone, remotely turn on its GPS.

Good suggestions.

If the mother really wants to hide and is clever enough not to use her ATM card or a mobile phone registered on her name, than a quick flash in a Thai television program showing her and the girls, briefly explaining the story and requesting the public to come forward with information might also do the trick.

TV would be useless unless there was a reward attached

Thais would not reccognise the British court and see her as the correct parent

Farlang have no rights in Thailand

a good reward would change this attitude though

Was it a British court or Thai court that awarded custody to the father? Previous reports said a Thai court.

A request from British authorities will be acted on by the RTP especially in their current invigorated state.

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Many, many rumours at the moment going round regarding abducted children, including the old hoax 'sold as organ donors'. I think it would be good if police or army came out and declared this is an isolated case. And that is not just Phuket but the whole of Thailand.

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