Police say a a Dundee who were reported missing have been traced safe and wellcouple apparently fled to London amidst an adoption row.
Murray Hanlon and Ceri Griffin were last seen with one-year-old son Xzander Hanlon in the city’s Lochee Road on Tuesday.
They are believed to have travelled to London and officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have travelled south by bus on October 13.
On social media, Ms Griffin, 29, rails against “forced adoption” and accuses the authorities of “corruption”.
In the past, she has launched and then abandoned a webpage entitled “justiceforweemurray”, saying she had been silenced.
It is understood the couple have another son named Murray around whom the adoption row centres.
Ceri is described as being five foot seven inches tall, medium build and having dyed blonde hair.
Murray is described as being five foot nine inches tall, with short brown hair with a fringe and was last seen wearing a dark grey zip up hooded top and carrying a dark coloured rucksack.
The couple were carrying two or three bags and also a children’s buggy.
Anyone who knows where the family are is asked to contact Tayside Division on 101 or speak to any police officer.
Read more on this story in Friday’s Courier.