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[Merged] Three year old boy missing in Edinburgh

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It's sad. I too hope he's found safe and well.

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That really sucks... really, really sucks... :cry: I'm gonna go hug my kids now. (I'm not making light of this. I really want to hug my kids now.)

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No, I know. :) I don't have children myself but I bet when these stories come up it just makes you want to keep your kids closer to you and be thankful they're safe right next to you.

Am hoping he was kidnapped by someone he knew and who wouldn't hurt him just so he's safe that way. Cannot see a 3 year old changing themselves, putting gloves on, and unlocking a front door, especially when I presume it was locked. Well, I hope so. And surely you'd hear noise. Kids aren't exactly ones for quiet.

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I can't imagine how his parents must feel right now. Here's hoping he's found safe and sound. It would tear me up inside if someone I loved went missing.

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I would really like to see how this ends. However, with this being British news & myself being a very forgetful American, I'm sure I'll forget to keep up.

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Hope they find this child soon, alive and unharmed.

From the OP's article.

Efforts were made to speak to Mikaeel's father, who is understood to be of Pakistani origin.

Does this mean they haven't spoke to the father just made an effort to? I think they should make a real effort to talk to him.

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I believe they arrested him but he is no longer a suspect.

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I'm sure that's the first person they would investigate.

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Sorry to say they found a body, the mother is arrested

http://www.bbc.co.uk...otland-25790820

RIP Little fella

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It's a who done it.

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After creating this thread, I was talking to a friend about this and said I wouldn't be surprised if the parents are involved. What is wrong with people.

R.I.P. So sad.

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Mother has not been arrested, she has been detained, still I think she was involved or with another person

  • Once the period of detention is over, the detainee must be released or arrested and charged

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This breaks my heart.

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Sad to say, but the police have seen these situations on many occasions. I think i'm right in saying that one of the first things they'll do is take a few days (with a psychologist) to observe the parent(s) & assess whether or not they are a viable suspect. And in this case I suspect they made a decision fairly early on.

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It's just awful.

this happens all too often and needs to stop!

RIP Mikaeel x

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Update:

The mother has now been charged with murder

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-25798389

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Update:

The mother has now been charged with murder

http://www.bbc.co.uk...otland-25798389

Not quite true.

She has been charged, but we are not told what charge she faces.

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Update:

The mother has now been charged with murder

http://www.bbc.co.uk...otland-25798389

have to say the mothers version of events never rang true from the start.

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What kind of mother would hurt her own child :(

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Poor little babe. RIP angel.

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Three-year-old Mikaeel's body was found in woodland in Fife after his disappearance sparked a major search in Edinburgh.

The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular will appear in an Edinburgh court this morning to face charges in connection with his death.

Rosdeep Kular, 33, reported that her son was missing from their home last Thursday morning.

Police found Mikaeel's body in an area of woodland in Kirkcaldy in neighbouring Fife late on Friday.

The discovery followed a major investigation after Mikaeel was reported missing from the home in Ferry Gait Crescent in the Scottish capital.

Police and local volunteers carried out an extensive search for the boy in north Edinburgh, often in bad weather and cold temperatures.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk...otland-25798389

http://news.sky.com/...edinburgh-court

http://www.bbc.co.uk...otland-25803667

http://www.mirror.co...-events-3034288

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*lost for words*

:(

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my (and i dare say the whole of England's) thoughts are with you and Scotland Eldorado such a handsome little boy i hope justice is done and that he can rest in peace

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I have no doubt the little boy will rest in peace. As to his mother (if it was her) or whoever did this if it was not - I couldn't give two hoots if they never had a place to lay their weary head again - ever.

How could you like into that gorgeous smile and then do something like that?

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