12 year old Tony Stevens returns home after having been kidnapped for 15 months. Leicester.
Item title reads - Tony is safe home.
12 year old Tony Stevens returns home after having been kidnapped and kept on the Continent for 15 months. Earl Shilton, Leicestershire.
M/S street in Earl Shilton where Tony's parents have their home. M/S policeman directing traffic. M/S of the car pulling up in front of Tony's house. A policewoman steps out followed by Tony and his mother. C/U two girls watching. M/S Tony's house with photographers waiting outside. M/S Tony climbing over fence into his neighbour's back garden. M/S Tony and his sister Linda talking to elderly man who lives next door.
C/U Tony, he heads ball. M/S Art Master Kevin Tracey in rear of police car with detectives, he is taken away to be questioned over the kidnapping. L/S Tony pumping up tyre while Linda holds the bike. C/U Mr Jim Stevens. Various shots of family outside the back door. C/U Tony, he laughs, camera pans to his father who is also laughing. M/S of the group looking very happy.
A small news clipping found spells the name as Tony Stephens.
Another small clipping from 'The Straits Times' on page 3, 6 July 1960, stated that Tony was taken by the art master to West Germany.
2010: An internet search revealed no information about the nature of this event, or what the outcome of Kevin Traceys trial was.