April Jones abduction: Family launch pink ribbon appeal

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The mother of April Jones has said she wants people to wear pink ribbons to support the search for her daughter.

There is growing concern for the five-year-old, who has cerebral palsy, and was last seen getting into a vehicle on Monday evening.

Detectives are continuing to question Mark Bridger, a 46 year old man who lives locally.

April's godmother Mair Raftree spoke to the BBC's Tim Willcox, on behalf of the family, about the campaign.

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