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AUSTRALIA PHOENIX MAPHAM: Missing from Weston, ACT - 23 Aug 2018 - Age 6 *Found Safe*

Discussion in 'Australia: Located/Resolved' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member


    ACT Police issue Amber Alert for missing six-year-old boy, Phoenix Mapham

    ACT Police is again asking the public for help finding missing Canberra boy Phoenix Maphan.

    The six-year-old has been missing since Thursday, August 23 and was last seen being driven by a woman suspected to be his mother, Tessa Woodcock, in a white 1999 Holden Vectra sedan near the ACT suburb of Weston Creek.

    Police said Phoenix and his mum might also be travelling in a blue Subaru Forester with a broken rear window and damaged front end.

    In a statement, ACT Police said, “Phoenix is not in the lawful custody of his mother and police are seeking to locate him as there are serious concerns for his wellbeing”.

    Anyone who has seen Phoenix, the Holden Vectra, the blue Subaru Forester, or has any information about his whereabouts is urged to contact ACT Policing on 02 6256 7777.

    Police use Amber Alerts as an urgent broadcasting system in “time critical situations to seek assistance from the community to safely locate a child in either a child abduction or high risk missing child case”.

  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Have you seen Phoenix? ACT police renew calls for missing boy

    Police are again asking the public for help in the search for missing six-year-old boy Phoenix Mapham and have serious concerns for his wellbeing.

    Phoenix was first reported missing five days ago and has not been seen since about 1.30pm on Thursday August 23, when he was being driven away from Hickey Court in Weston Creek in a white 1999 Holden Vectra sedan with registration YAU56P.

    The alert has been upgraded to an amber alert, which is used by ACT Policing to seek help from the public to find a child in either a child abduction or high risk missing child case and in situations where time is critical factor.

  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    ACT Policing issue first-ever amber alert for missing boy Phoenix Mapham

    ACT Police who issued the territory's first-ever amber alert have serious concerns for the wellbeing of a six-year-old boy taken from the playground of his Canberra School by his mother.

    Tessa Woodcock is suspected of dragging her son Phoenix Mapham, who she does not have legal custody of, away from the playground.

    "We just want to know if he's safe," Phoenix's father, Cliff Mapham, told 9NEWS.

    Mr Mapham's partner, Rachel Climer, also said Ms Woodcock is suspected of being seen during the incident, which occurred in front of other children.

    "(They) saw Phoenix being dragged by the hand. He was trying to keep up and she was dragging him along," she said.

    Detective Senior Sergeant Harry Hains said at a press conference that the young boy was last seen being driven by a woman suspected to be Ms Woodcock at Weston Creek at 1.30pm on Thursday.

  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Snatched from a school oval in front of his classmates: Police hold grave concerns for safety of boy, 6, who was 'taken by his mother'

    A six-year-old boy missing for almost a week was unlawfully taken by his mother, police believe.

    Fears are growing for Phoenix Mapham - believed to have been last seen being driven away in a car by his mother Tessa Woodcock - in Weston Creek, Canberra at 1.30pm on Thursday.

    Ms Woodcock does not have custody of her son.

    In a statement on Wednesday afternoon, Detective Station Sergeant Harry Hains appealed directly to the boy's mother and said police had serious concerns for son's safety and well-being.

    'Tessa, we need to know your son is OK,' etective Hains said.

    'We are talking about his health, we are talking about his safety.

    'You need to bring him to a place where we can verify that you are taking care of him.

    'That could be a hospital, a doctors' surgery, a health facility or a police station.'

    Police searching for Phoenix and his mother have issued the ACT's first ever amber alert.

    The code is used to find children in abduction or high-risk missing child cases.

    The boy's father Cliff Mapham, who hasn't seen his son since he dropped him off at Orana Steiner School on Thursday, issued a desperate plea for him to be brought home.

    According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Mr Mapham said: 'I just want to know if he's safe, that's my main priority'.


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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Canberra boy Phoenix Mapham found alive after a week missing, mother to face charges

    The mother of Canberra boy Phoenix Mapham has been arrested and will face charges for allegedly taking him unlawfully, after the six-year-old was found alive after going missing last week.

    Phoenix is undergoing medical checks at Canberra Hospital to ensure he is fully healthy and will be reunited with his father, Cliff Mapham.

    Mr Mapham said the week had been a rollercoaster of emotions.

    "We are so relieved that Phoenix has been brought home safely," he said.

    "This is the best day."


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