Police hunt for missing mum and son, 2, after Ryanair flight to Spain

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Police have launched a hunt for a missing mum and her two-year-old son, believed to have left the country for Spain.

Zivile Jokubonyte, 29, a Lithuanian national living in Bridgwater, Somerset, caught a Ryanair flight from Bristol Airport to Valencia on August 31 along with her son Saliamonas, police believe.

The departure was unexpected, and Ms Jokubonyte has not been in touch with her mum since September 4.

Avon and Somerset Police are now liaising with Spanish authorities.

The force said in a statement: “Zivile – if you see this, please get in touch with police or your mother to let us know you and Saliamonas are all right.

“We’d like to hear from anyone who is in touch with Zivile and can help us confirm that she and Saliamonas are safe and well.

“Were you on the A2 airport bus or Ryanair flight FR4440 that day? Did you speak to Zivile?

“If you can help, please call 101 and give the call handler the reference number 5220204216.”

Meanwhile, police are also searching for a missing British national in the Cadiz/San Fernando area in southern Spain.

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Peter Williams went missing from his flat in Wandsworth, south London, on July 2 this year.

He is a white male of medium build and uses a wheelchair.

Police believe he will be sleeping rough in and around abandoned buildings, but is spending money in the area.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Mat Sullivan 472ISW of South West Missing Persons Unit at Wimbledon Police Station on 07557824959.

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