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Tuesday, 16 May, 2000, 09:42 GMT 10:42 UK
Thai connection to missing Scots girl
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Sasha Cameron has now been missing for 10 months
Police are investigating reports missing Easter Ross schoolgirl Sasha Cameron has been spotted in the Thai capital.

The 10-year-old was abducted by her father Robert Cameron during an access visit to France 10 months ago.

There have been a number of reported sightings of Sasha since then, and her mother Fiona believes they are getting closer to finding her.

From her home in Portmahomack, she said she believes her ex-husband and daughter may be making their way to Australia where Robert has citizenship.

A Northern Constabulary spokesman said there was good reason to believe Sasha, her father and his girlfriend Jennifer Carter, have been sighted in Bangkok within the last few weeks.


Sasha Cameron
Sasha went missing on an access visit
Superintendent Norman MacLoed said this was the most recent development in the case and they were paying it particular attention.

Fiona appeared on television last month to appeal for information about her daughter's whereabouts.

A number of people came forward to say they believed they had seen her in Britain, although the Bangkok connection is most distant to date.

Since Sasha disappeared a French court has charged her father with abduction and an international warrant has been issued for his arrest.

The only contact that Fiona Cameron has had from her daughter is a letter in her handwriting saying she was happy, but Fiona believes it was dictated by Sasha's father.

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