Ben Needham ‘died in accident’

Ben Needham ‘died in accident’

HUNT FOR BEN Missing toddler Ben Needham DID die after farmhouse ‘accident’, says top cop - The Sun THE cop leading the search for Ben Needham believ

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HUNT FOR BEN Missing toddler Ben Needham DID die after farmhouse ‘accident’, says top cop – The Sun

THE cop leading the search for Ben Needham believes the missing tot died in an accident close to the farmhouse at the centre of a police hunt. Detective Inspector Jon Cousins also revealed that a significant item, believed to have been in Ben’s possession at the time of his disappearance, had been found during the search on the Greek island of Kos.

At a press conference today DI Cousins said: “Based on the information that I have now as a result of an extensive and thorough investigation it’s without doubt that the current line of enquiry is the most probable cause for Ben’s disappearance. “My team and I know that machinery including a large digger was used to clear an area of land on July 24 1991 behind the farmhouse that was being renovated by the Needhams. “It is my professional belief that Ben Needham died as a result of an accident near to the farmhouse.” [View Article]

Ben Needham ‘died in accident’ – BBC News

Toddler Ben Needham “most likely” died in an accident near to where he disappeared in 1991, police have said. Ben, from Sheffield, was 21 months old when he disappeared on the Greek island of Kos. A fresh search of two sites on Kos was prompted by new information suggesting Ben might have been accidentally killed by a digger driver. South Yorkshire Police said that line of inquiry was the most probable cause for the boy’s disappearance. [View Article]

Ben Needham died in an accident, say Kos island search police – The Guardian

Missing toddler Ben Needham is believed to have died as a result of an accident, police have said. Detectives from the South Yorkshire force formally ended a three-week search of Kos on Sunday afternoon, and at a press conference on the Greek island revealed they had discovered an item thought to have been with the youngster at the time of his disappearance on 24 July 1991. The search operation was prompted by information that a digger driver may have been responsible for the Sheffield boy’s death, as he was clearing land with an excavator near where Ben was playing on the day he vanished. [View Article]

BREAKING: Ben Needham detective says officers found a ‘significant item belonging to the toddler’ in Kos and ‘it is my belief he died in an accident’ – The Daily Mail

A detective investigating the disappearance of Ben Needham says officers have found a ‘significant item’ belonging to the toddler in Kos and that it is his belief he died in an accident. Search teams unearthed an item that was believed to be in the toddler’s possession on the day he went missing on the Greek island 25 years ago, according to Detective Inspector John Cousins. The revelation comes as Ben’s mother said she hoped a Greek digger driver ‘is burning in hell’ after she claimed he took secrets about the youngster’s death to his grave. [View Article]

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