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Meanwhile, there was a phone call from Chris to David. “Hi David. This is Chris your Mum’s boss. Your Mum should have arrived at work but she hasn’t.”

“Mum left for work just after breakfast, Chris, so that is odd,” indicated David.

“Maybe she decided to start tomorrow, Dave, and needed an extra day,” said Chris.

“Okay Chris, but I will let you know when Mum arrives,” said David.

“You look like you have seen a ghost, Dave. What is wrong,” asked Jenny.

“Nothing much as yet, but Mum did not arrive for work,” said David seriously.

“What? But Mum left after breakfast…are you thinking what I am thinking, Dave,” said Jenny frantically.

“Yes, but at the same time, Jen, Mum has been through a lot these last few months and I would not go panicking yet,” said David, turning white.

“You’re right Dave, but given the recent involvement with the police it would not hurt to give them a call.”

David informed the police that I was missing. They came to the cabin park straight away, looking serious. “I know Mum has not been missing for 24-hours but we thought we would give you a call,” said David, trying to remain calm.

“Just as well you did, David, as there was a report of two or three men in a black car that knocked your Mum out and took her away.”

“Who saw it,” asked Jenny.

“A young girl on her way to school,” said the detective.

“Oh blimey,” said Jenny, crumpling up in a heap. “Nooooooooooooooooooo, nooooooooooooooooooo, this cannot be happening!”

“We'll do our best to find her, kids,” said the detective seriously.

Despite all the searching over the months that followed, there was no trace of Tam to be found anywhere or any new clues to her whereabouts.