Ancestry com uncovers family discover sons identity theft after 10 years of searching
A mystery identity theft of 10 years has been uncovered in Northern Ireland as it has exposed the family of a young man who disappeared 20 years ago.
The man has been named as Denis Smith.
The family discovered their lost son and his partner’s name in 2008 from a letter they received from a relative and were later able to confirm.
The note informed the family that Denis was now on the UK passport of Robert J Bercow.
But the name on the passport has not been matched카지노사이트 with any other name and it is thought that Mr Smith and Mr Bercow had a son who died aged 20 years in the late 1960s.
Mr Smith has not revealed the identity of the son but was referred to as “John” by relatives who were also unaware of his identity as the man was in prisXO 카지노on at the time.
“They were trying to identify him but they had no name recognition and did not have a contact and no address and he had no one to go with him to work,” said his mother Susan.
“They didn’t want to identify anyone else they didn’t know and wanted to try and just think about him and him only.”
The letter on which he was sent the name of “John”, which is the same name of the man they were searching for, has since disappeared but he has never been found.
Mr Smith has since moved to the UK but with family still desperate to find him he is now being assisted to return to Northern Ireland for trial.
Family and friends believe they can recover any information that they have on Mr Smith that could aid them to locate him and get him back on the straight and narrow in the meantime.
A man from West Wales, who is said to have been in contact with Mr Smith at the XO 카지노time his passport was issued, said she had been unable to reach her son.
The woman is said to have told the family that she had died and that she was leaving for America when she died.
When asked about Mr Smith by an ex-boyfriend, the man described a “young man with a lot of love for Mary”.
She had given birth to a child and then left wit