"He was only ten days when he was found abandoned in the ladies' room at Gatwick airport."
"Now, ”Gary Gatwick” or Steve Hydes, who he is now – 33 years."
"He finally managed to track down their parents through dna."
"His mother is dead – but his dad and siblings live."
"He became known worldwide as the' Gary Gatwick” – after teddy bear he had when he was found."
"It was on the afternoon of the 10th of april 1986 that he found in the ladies' room at Gatwick airport, outside London, on a shelf under the sink."
"the Woman who found him, Beryl Wright, worked in the duty-free shop."
"He still have the scarf he was wrapped in and the two rompers he was wearing."
"But today is Steve Hydes a grown man, and himself the father of two children, daughter Alanna and son, Kian."
"And above all, it is for their sake that he has continued his search for his biological parents and the family he never got to grow up with."
"Himself, he was placed in foster care before he was adopted and grew up in a family with three sisters."
"for over 15 years he has searched for her mother and father and pleading in tidningsintervjuer and set up in documentaries to find them – without result."
"Thanks to the new modern dna technology."
"– Some good news! After 15 years of searching I am pleased to confirm that, thanks to the very hard work of genforskarna CeCe Moore and Helen Riding, has managed to track down my biological family, " he writes in an emotional statement on Facebook, according to Sky News."
"He wanted to meet his mom and dad to get to know more about their own history and origin, and itself, in turn, be able to convey that to their own children."
"No grudge against his biological parents, he knows not – but he wanted to find them and talk with them."
"But when he finally found them, it turned out that his mother was already dead."
"– Unfortunately, my biological mother passed away so I will never know exactly what happened, he writes."
"– But I've found my biological dad and my siblings, on both sides, who were all unaware of my existence."
"Both for himself, his dad and siblings, everything is new and fragile, but he still want to tell you that he finally found them, not least to thank the scientists who, after years of searching, finally has solved his life's riddle."
"– As you can probably imagine, this is a pretty sensitive thing for all involved, and very new for all of us, but I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their great support during these years, he writes."
"During their search discovered Steve Hydes something that shocked him and made his work: the police had discarded his file, which included details of a phone call from a young woman who claimed that she was his mother."
"the Woman, from west London, said she would take care of him – and that his real name was Michael."
"It is not clear if it is the same woman who was really his biological mother."