PHOTO: Two Greek teenage girls aged 13 and 14 disappeared yesterday from Kalithea

Looking for two missing teenage girls in Greece/Photo: Facebook/Smile of the child-Greece

Greek police have been searching for two girls, aged 13 and 14, who disappeared from the Kallithea area of ​​Athens since yesterday.

It is about 13-year-old Eleftheria S. and 14-year-old Katerina P.

The girls probably boarded a taxi to an unknown destination, Greek media reported.

- The Greek non-governmental organization "The Smile of the Child" updated its website on Thursday, November 30 and immediately after the order of the prosecutor's office proceeded to publish the details of the minors, because there are reasons that put their lives in danger. Eleftheria S. she has black hair, brown eyes, is 1,70 meters tall and weighs 85 kilograms. On the day she disappeared she was wearing black sweatpants with a white stripe, a beige blouse, a black jacket and white trainers. Katerina P. she has brown hair, brown eyes, is 1,65 meters tall and weighs 80 kilograms. On the day she disappeared, she was wearing a white blouse, black coat, black pants and white tracksuits, the media reported.

Any citizen with any information is asked to contact "Smile of the Child" by phone 24 hours a day, at the "National Hotline for Missing Adults - 1017", at all police departments in the state and through the Missing Alert application where information is available at alive for the disappearance. You can download it for Android and Apple mobile phones.

The two girls also disappeared together in October, so they were found, and for Katerina, once again at the end of October, a search was also organized through the organization and she was quickly found.

This a Greek organization that raises the alarm about missing children not only in Greece but also in the region, yesterday also announced the disappearance of 14-year-old Vanja Gjorchevska from Skopje, whom the Macedonian police have been searching for for the fourth day, and since two days ago a yellow warrant for missing persons was issued by Interpol.

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