Our lives have been on hold since 30th December and every day since then we have lived in hope that he will walk through the door. It’s been a painstaking time for us while we wait on news that our boy is safe.
For Kyle to go missing is totally out of character. He would always be in contact with his mother every day and now we are heartbroken.
We feel there are people out there who could hold information that is vital to this inquiry. It’s also possible that there are people who know what’s happened to Kyle but are too scared to come forward.
We feel numb and are sick with worry about what might have happened to him. We were in total shock when we were told that our son and brother, was feared dead.
It’s been an unbearable strain on us as a family and we would urge anyone who can help end this nightmare to come forward.
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