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Shannon Matthews: Karen Matthews’ Call To Police

by | 12th, November 2008

LISTEN as Karen Matthews calls the police about missing daughter Shannon:

OPERATOR: Police, emergency.

MRS MATTHEWS: Hiya, I want to report my daughter as missing, please.

OPERATOR: Right. How old is she?

MRS MATTHEWS: Nine.

OPERATOR: Nine?

MRS MATTHEWS: Yes.

OPERATOR: When did you last see her?

MRS MATTHEWS: She went to school this morning.

OPERATOR: Right. Have there been any arguments, or anything……

MRS MATTHEWS: No, none at all.

OPERATOR: No. Have you been in touch with any of her friends or anybody like that?

MRS MATTHEWS: I’ve been everywhere I can think of friends-wise and family and everything.

OPERATOR: And nobody at all has any information about where she can be? Does she go to school and come back on her own normally then?

MRS MATTHEWS: Yes.

OPERATOR: Right. So. You expected her home what, at 4 o’clock?

MRS MATTHEWS: About half-past-three at the latest…(inaudible)….

OPERATOR: Does she have a mobile phone or anything like that?

MRS MATTHEWS: No. It’s at home.

OPERATOR: So there’s no way to ring to find out….

MRS MATTHEWS: No

OPERATOR: But you’ve rung round her friends and you’ve been in touch with all her relatives and there’s nowhere else that you’ve got left to look?

MRS MATTHEWS: No

OPERATOR: Have you been in touch with the school. Can they confirm whether they’ve been….

MRS MATTHEWS: She left school at the normal time at ten-past-three.

OPERATOR: Right. What do they call her?

MRS MATTHEWS: Shannon Matthews

OPERATOR: Has she been missing before.

MRS MATTHEWS: No. It’s the first time.



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