He was found guilty of 5 charges relating to children in the 1990's
Missing Siblings Found
A brother and sister who went missing from their home in the Black Country have been found safe and well
Police appealed for help to find Sophie Fletcher (pictured below), aged 12, and Jack Fletcher (pictured right), aged 10, who left their home in Moxley Road in Darlaston in the early hours of Wednesday the 23rd of January.
Before leaving they packed a bag of clothes and took cash from the house.
Sophie and Jack were found at Darlaston bus station at 5.20pm by a family friend who spotted the pair and alerted the police. Officers immediately attended and the two are currently being reunited with their family.
The brother and sister were reported missing at around 8.30am today by their mother.
Police officers began an extensive search of the local area in a bid to find the two at the earliest possible opportunity.
He was only charged with the offence in 2001 last year
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