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The father of a two-year-old boy who disappeared more than a year ago said he was “very happy” after his son was found in Germany and returned to England.
Benjamin Biendarra, 27, spoke of his relief after his child Emmanuel was found after allegedly being taken abroad by his 34-year-old German mother, Kristina Nobis.
Last month, a judge filed an urgent appeal to find Emmanuel, who lived with his father in Kent, by court order when he disappeared last year.
Emmanuel’s parents broke up. Mr. Biendarra told BBC News yesterday that he was “very pleased” after his son was traced back and returned.
Judge Justice Peel, who lives in the Family Office of the Supreme Court in London, oversees Emmanuel-centered private hearings.
He said at the hearing held yesterday that Emmanuel was in Germany and returned to the UK.
The boy lived with his father and was scheduled to spend the weekend of November 30 and December 1 last year with his mother.
But at the end of the weekend, Ms. Nobis, who was said to be linked to regions such as Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, did not return her.
Justice Peel decided that Emmanuel could be identified in media reports and urged anyone with knowledge to contact the police.
Before Emmanuel was found, Mr. Biendarra said he was ‘devastated’ and added: ‘I am very worried for his safety, and I urge all who know everything to come forward and help.’
When filing the appeal, the judge said he was “very worried” about the boy.
Nobis is thought to have links with Huefingen, Weiler im Allgaeu, Lake Constance region, Scheidegg and Lindenberg im Allgaeu in Germany; Bregenz in Austria; and Latsch and Sevgein in Switzerland.