From the Daily Mail
Elderly parents of 23-year-old who disappeared in 1992 when he went into public toilet say it is 'absolutely ludicrous' that they have been arrested for his murder 28 years later
"The elderly parents of a 23-year-old who disappeared in 1992 have said their arrest this week for his murder was 'absolutely ludicrous'.
Doris and Charles Clark have previously appealed for help in solving the mystery of what happened to their son Steven just after Christmas, almost 28 years ago.
The missing persons report stated that he was on a family walk and used the gents' public toilets near the pier on the promenade at Saltburn, Cleveland, while his mother went into the ladies' at the same time."
"When he failed to come out, the missing persons report stated his mother thought he must have made his way home, but they never saw him again.
No body has ever been found.
Detectives from the Cleveland and North Yorkshire Cold Case Unit reopened the case earlier this year.
As a result, officers began a murder investigation as there was no proof of life, and said they had arrested two people."
"Cleveland Police would not disclose any details about their sex or age. They have since been bailed.
At her neat semi-detached home close to the beach in Marske-by-the-Sea, Mrs Clark confirmed she and her husband were arrested on suspicion of murder.
She said: 'It's just absolutely ludicrous. There's nothing more to say, it's surreal."