Police return man to UK
A 35- year-old man from Peterborough, arrested in connection with the historic murder of six-year-old Rikki Neave, was back in the UK by Monday.
James Watson left the country without a passport to go to Portugal last month.
After appearing in court in Portugal on Thursday, August 4 he was extradited and has now been taken to Bedford prison for breaching the terms of his license.
He will now be dealt with by the probation service.
Watson was first arrested in April over the unsolved murder of Rikki in 1994.
The schoolboy was found in a wooded area off Eye Road, a five minute walk from his house in the Welland Estate.
Watson has remained on bail since his arrest and was living in a hostel until he left the country with a friend in a campervan last month.
Officers who travelled to Portugal to return him have thanked the National Crime Agency and Polícia Judiciária for their support.