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Weird NewsMan finds parents 33 years after he was abandoned at Gatwick

16:00  14 may  2019
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After 33 years , the Gatwick Baby has finally traced his parents . In April 1986 a cleaner at Gatwick airport in London found a newborn baby abandoned Throughout his years of searching, Hydes said that he had no anger about what had happened, and believed that his parents must have acted with

Steve Hydes spent 15 years searching for his family after he was found wrapped in a shawl in 1986. Steve Hydes was found at Gatwick Airport 33 years ago - dubbed 'Gary Gatwick ' after he was Previously speaking with The Sun, he said he did not have any ill-feelings towards his parents

A man who was abandoned as a baby at Gatwick Airport more than 30 years ago has tracked down his parents.

Steve Hydes was left in the airport's south terminal in 1986 when he was just 10 days old and was found wrapped in a blanket in the women's toilets.

Mr Hydes has spent 15 years trying trace his family and now, after genealogists tested DNA samples, has discovered that his mother passed away but his father is still alive.

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Steve Hydes was found abandoned at Gatwick Airport in 1986 when he was just 10 days old. Steve Hydes, who was known as “ Gatwick Gary” after the airport’s teddy bear mascot, spent 15 years trying to find his family. Through the help of genealogists, who used DNA samples, he was able to

The press gave him the nickname “ Gatwick Gary,” after the airport’s mascot, a cute teddy bear. Police made no arrests in the infant’s abandonment He is now known as Steve Hydes, and is a healthy and well-adjusted 33 - year -old man with children of their own. Hydes never lost sight of his origin

After making contact with his father, Mr Hydes found he had siblings who did not know he existed.

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Mr Hydes, 33, wrote on Facebook: "Some good news. After 15 years of searching, I am happy to confirm that with the very hard work of the Genetic Genealogists, CeCe Moore and Helen Riding we have been able to trace and confirm my birth family.

"Unfortunately, my mum has passed away so I am unable to find out exactly what happened and why.

"However I have found my birth father and siblings on both sides, who were all unaware of my existence."

Mr Hyde has spent years appearing in newspaper articles and documentaries trying to trace his family.

He added: "As you can imagine this is quite a sensitive issue to all involved and very new to us all, but I wanted to take this time to thank everyone for their continued support over the years.

"The work the genealogists do is incredible and for years they have worked so hard and it is thanks to them they are solving cases like mine.

"More people are having their DNA tested every day and I hope this and my story can help raise awareness and prevent other babies from being abandoned."

Mr Hydes' story made national newspaper headlines and he was known as 'Gary Gatwick' after the teddy bear mascot of the Sussex airport.

The 33-year-old, who has no ill feelings towards his parents, wanted to trace his family so he could learn more about his background which he could pass on to his own two children.

After he was abandoned, Mr Hydes was placed in foster care before being adopted by a family in which he grew up with three sisters.

His search was dealt a blow when he discovered police had destroyed the files on his case that included details of a phone call made to officers from a young woman claiming to be his mother.

The woman, from Hounslow, west London, said she would look after the child and that his name was Michael.

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