Woman had already twice abducted the children aged between eight and 14 from her estranged Spanish husband’s care A nationwide search has been launched for four missing children after a high court judge said that they had been abducted by their mother. Mr Justice Roderic Wood, who said that he was “very concerned” about the children, asked for help from the public finding Jessica, Tomas, Eva and David Palacin Jones, aged between eight and 14, whom he described as vulnerable. The children had been in the care of their Spanish father Tomas Palacin Cambra, 52, who lives in Mallorca, according to the judge. However, he said that their mother, Jennifer Jones, 46, had abducted the children and defied a high court order to return them to her estranged husband, He had ordered the children’s immediate removal from their mother at a high court hearing on Monday but police officers who went to Jones’s house in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, on Tuesday found that she and the children were not there. “All these children are now missing,” the judge told a hearing in the family division of the high court in London.
Judge asks for help finding missing children abducted by mother
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