He met his future wife at the plant in December 2014 and they got engaged the following year.The couple had a son in July 2016 were married in June 2018, having a second son last October. Police investigating the disappearance of Hull University student, Libby Squire, have arrested a 24-year-old Polish father of two on suspicion of abduction.Paweł Rełowicz, who works as a butcher in Malton, North Yorkshire, was detained at his rented home in Raglan Street, Hull late on Wednesday night.Mr Relowicz, who has been in the UK since 2014, lives with his wife, their two-year-old son and three month old baby.The family live in a smart terraced house just a few minutes away from where Miss Squire, 21, was last seen sitting on a bench just before midnight last Thursday.Police are also believed to have removed Mr Relowicz’s Vauxhall Astra car for forensic examination.A spokesman for Humberside Police said Miss Squire had still not been found and that remained the priority for officers. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Police removed a car from a property in Hull Police arrested a 24-year-old man on suspicion of abduction at an address in Raglan Street, HullCredit:PA Mr Relowicz is from western Poland and moved to Hull in 2014.He works at a food company in Malton, North Yorkshire where he is employed as a butcher. Show more The spokesman said: “The man remains in our custody, assisting us with our inquiries. We have not yet found Libby and doing so remains our top priority.”Libby’s parents have been informed of the man’s arrest and we’re continuing to support them at this difficult time.” Libby Squire was last seen in Hull around midnight last ThursdayCredit:PA He said: “Their English wasn’t that good so they weren’t that talkative.”A police car was parked outside the property and a child’s bike could be seen in the living room.Forensics teams came in and out of the property as the day progressed. Mr Relowicz’s landlord, who asked not be named, described him as a pleasant, polite family man, who had never caused any problems during his tenancy.He said: “He is very much a family man from what I know. The house is always clean and tidy and the rent is always paid on time.”A former tenant at the property said Mr Relowicz had moved in with his young family in 2017. The hunt for Miss Squire is now almost a week old and police are becoming increasingly fearful that some harm may have come to her.Officers have said Miss Squire was dropped off in a taxi near her home on Wellesley Avenue at around 11.29pm on Thursday January 31 and was seen 10 minutes later on CCTV near a bench on Beverley Road, where a motorist stopped to offer help. She is believed to have been in this area until around 12.09am on Friday.