Cochrane calls the police

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Ray Cochrane, reported missing 12 days ago, has telephoned Cambridgeshire police to inform them that he is safe and well. However, he refused to tell them where he was.

A police spokesman said the missing-person file would remain open until Cochrane, 39, was seen by officers in person.

The jockey, who won the 1988 Derby on Kahyasi, was reported missing from his home at Swaffham Prior, near Newmarket by his wife, Anne.

Cochrane's booking agent and brother-in-law, Andrew Gilbert, said yesterday: "It is purely and utterly a domestic dispute. He went away wanting a bit of time to himself, that's all. He is fit and well."