British mother missing in the Algarve with her two children ‘makes contact with her husband – but WON’T tell him where they are’

  • • Christine Davies vanished 10 days ago with two daughters, Lily and Ruby
  • •Their father Aaron Rodwell launched appeal after finding flat ‘ransacked’
  • •He said Ms Davies, 28, has now made contact to confirm she is ‘alive’
  • •Police continuing to search for missing trio, originally from Liverpool  

The partner of a British mother who disappeared from her Algarve home with her young children says she has made contact with him – but still won’t tell him where they are.

Christine Davies, 28, vanished nearly two weeks ago with daughters Lily, 18 months, and three-month-old Ruby while their father Aaron Rodwell was out running errands.

He returned home to find their rented bungalow ‘ransacked’ while his children’s birth certificates, Lily’s passport and several thousand in Euros were said to be missing.

Last night, Mr Rodwell, Ms Davies’ partner, launched a public appeal for information, saying he was worried about her emotional state of mind.

But the 29-year-old said today that Ms Davies had since made contact to confirm she was ‘alive’ – but had not specified where she had gone.

He said: ‘She emailed me last night to say they are alive but she would not say where they are. I’m still very worried about them and the police are still very keen to find them.

‘I’m very happy to have heard from her but it’s important for her to bring the babies home.’

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