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Dad who ‘kidnapped his two daughters, 1 & 6, made switch of €55,000 earlier than fleeing Tenerife with ladies on boat’

Dad who ‘kidnapped his two daughters, 1 & 6, made transfer of €55,000 before fleeing Tenerife with girls on boat’


THE dad accused of kidnapping his two younger daughters transferred €55,000 earlier than he fled to Tenerife on a ship.

Tomas Antonio Gimeno, 37, disappeared on Tuesday with youngsters Olivia, six, and one-year-old Anna after he left their mum a goodbye observe.

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A determined hunt is in for Olivia and Anna[/caption]

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Tomas Antonio Gimeno is left their mum a goodbye observe[/caption]

Based on 20 Minutos, Gimeno despatched the big sum of cash from one among his financial institution accounts to a different earlier than taking his daughters from their college.

Diario de Avisos additionally stated that investigators will be capable to uncover if Gimeno withdrew the cash from his accounts.

The boat he’s believed to have taken out to sea with the youngsters has now been discovered with no-one on board off Puertito de Guimar, simply over 10 miles south of Santa Cruz.

It was found adrift by coastguards on Wednesday afternoon and has now been towed to dry land.

At the moment police have been in a race towards time to seek out the lacking trio after it emerged Tomas had left the youngsters’s mum a goodbye observe.

Police sources have described the case as “excessive danger.”

The ladies’ dad is claimed to have despatched WhatsApp messages to their mum, who he separated from a while in the past, saying he supposed to take them with out consent.

One native paper, quoting sources near the case, stated: “The messages the dad despatched are undoubtedly farewell messages.”

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Gimeno’s boat was discovered 10 miles from Santa Cruz[/caption]

Specialist divers have been mobilised as a part of an enormous operation to seek out the toddler and her older sister.

Port officers have confirmed the boat now being examined by forensic consultants left Santa Cruz on Tuesday night time.

Spanish lacking peoples’ organisation SOS Desaparecidos stated in a tweet it labelled as “pressing”.

“Anna and Olivia Gimeno vanished on Tuesday within the Tenerife capital Santa Cruz,” it learn, describing the youthful woman as having curly quick blonde hair and the older one as lengthy straight brown hair.

It later posted a separate lacking alert for his or her father, saying: “Tomas Antonio Gimeno disappeared the identical day in the identical location.


“He’s 37, 6ft tall, of regular complexion with chestnut brown hair and brown eyes.”

The lacking man is known to have been carrying darkish shorts and a black high when he was final seen.

Olivia was carrying gray tracksuit bottoms, a blue high and black trainers.

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