ARGUS COMMENT: Time to end the misery for Kyle's family
11:23am Monday 30th December 2013 in News
A YEAR ago today Kyle Vaughan went missing.
A murder investigation launched after Kyle's disappearance remains active.
In all likelihood, he was killed by someone after a collision involving his car - a silver Peugeot 306 that was found abandoned on the A467 between Risca and Cross Keys.
His killer, perhaps with the help of others, has spent the last year covering their tracks and concocting a web of lies.
For his family, the last 12 months have been one long nightmare.
They do not expect to see Kyle again but they are desperate for his body to be found.
His mother Mary has been diagnosed with liver cancer while his father Alan now suffers from angina. Both believe the stress of the last year to be a significant contributory factor to their illnesses.
Mary and Alan have accepted their son is dead. But there has been no funeral. There is no grave to visit.
They have no way to channel their grief.
Someone out there knows what happened to Kyle. Someone out there knows where his body is.
Someone is almost certainly protecting Kyle's killer out of a misguided sense of loyalty.
Today, a year on from Kyle's disappearance, is the day to come clean and to end the misery for Kyle Vaughan's family.
They deserve to be able to bury and grieve properly for their son.
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