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The 26 year disappearance of Lee Boxell

Lee Boxell was just a teenager when he went missing on September 10 1988 and to this day his parents have no idea what has happened to him.

The case so far:

  • 15-year-old Lee Boxell went missing a quarter of a century ago somewhere between Sutton High Street and Selhurst Park football stadium.

  • The last known sighting of Lee was outside a Tesco on Sutton High Street at 2:20pm, making it unlikely he ever reached the football ground.

  • Police are working on the theory Lee intervened to stop peodaphilic activity at an unofficial youth club at St Dunstan's Church in Cheam, known as "the Shed".

  • William Lambert, the St Dunstan's Church graveyard digger who ran The Shed, was jailed for 11 years in 2011, aged 75, after sexually abusing four girls who attended the club.

  • Two men have been arrested in connection with the schoolboy's murder and have been bailed until March 2015.

  • His parents, Peter and Christine, have kept his room as Lee left it on the day he disappeared.

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