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    • #9798

      I don’t know if anyone can help, but I thought here was a good place to start…

      My father abused me for many years from when I was a teenage. He was convicted and is currently in prison. Today I received a ‘valentines’ day card, using my old name with the message:

      ‘Found you at last?? Why did you leave me? Please txt xxxxxx’

      Now I do not know for sure if it was him. It may be from my sister who is much younger than I am and is not allowed to contact me (my mother will not allow it).

      If it is from my father, does anyone know what I can do. I’ve no idea how either of them would have got hold of my address. Can the police do anything? I was so shaken when I saw it, and now I just want to know who it was.

      Thank you for your help.

    • #9800
      Falling Skys

      Hi and hugs xx

      Any concerns take it to the police or ring 101 for advice they were most helpful when I had worries. If there is a number they will be able to trace it.

      I would say better to be safe than sorry.

      FS xx

    • #9807

      Is it an offence? I’ve found out that it’s not my sister… it only leaves him. I’m so scared as to how he’s got hold of my address?

      I think I’ll contact the police tomorrow. As far as I know they can only trace it back to an area…not an actual place?

    • #9872

      what did the police say Wings?

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