The father wants his girls to have a normal life.
The father wants his girls to have a normal life.

Dad vows to take spotlight off twins

THE father who was reunited with his twin daughters after they were allegedly abducted by their mother says he just wants his daughters to get on with a normal life.

The father, who cannot be named for legal reasons, rushed to Taree in NSW on Friday night, to be reunited with the girls he hadn't seen since April 4, 2014.

He said yesterday his focus now was to give his daughters a normal, quiet life.

"We are just happy that the girls are back home to a normal life and that's our focus from now on, I guess, not to put them out in the spotlight any more but to do the opposite and just let them get on with a normal and quiet life."

AFP made the discovery on Friday night after finding the Queensland mother's car in Taree.

She will appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court tomorrow on two counts of child stealing.


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