Peter Chesney was out in London celebrating his 39th birthday when he took the call from an unknown man who identified himself as a police officer. ‘Something’s happening to your daughter, Jodie,’ he said. ‘We’re coming to get you.’ Trying to suppress a sense of rising panic, Peter told the officer his whereabouts and made his way with his brother, Dave, through the crowded bar and out onto the street. A police van arrived in minutes, which made things worse. The pair got in and the vehicle sped away. As the van headed eastwards, Peter, bewildered and by now very, very scared, asked questions. What had happened? Where was she? Memories: Jodie with dad Peter. Peter Chesney was out in London celebrating his 39th birthday when he took the call from an unknown man who identified himself as a police officer and told him something had happened to his daughter The details were sketchy. Jodie, 17, had been stabbed, Peter was told, and was at that moment being taken to hospital by ambulance for urgent treatment. The plan was to go straight to the hospital to link up with them. Peter felt dread in his heart, but clung to hope. This… Read full this story
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