Greek police have found the two missing teenage girls

Logo of the organization "Smile of the Child"/Photo: Facebook/Το Χαμόγελο του Παιδιού - The Smile of the Child

After a night spent outside their homes, the Greek police found them yesterday morning the two girls aged 13 and 14 who disappeared on November 30 from the suburb of Kallithea in Athens after getting into a taxi and leaving in an unknown direction

According to a statement from the Greek non-governmental organization "The Smile of the Child", the two girls were found on Friday morning and are in good health.

The adventure of 13-year-old Eleftheria S. and 14-year-old Katerina P. this morning it ended, ending the plight of the people who were looking for them. Eleftheria S., 13 years old, and Katerina P., 14 years old, were found in the area of ​​the municipality of Agios Dimitrios and are in good health. The "Smile of the Child" will be near Eleftheria S., 13 years old, and Aikaterini P., 14 years old, to provide psychological support and everything needed, this Organization announced.

By the way, in the last 2 months, Katerina moved away from her home for the third time, twice with Eleferia and once alone. In all cases, an alarm has been issued for an urgent search for missing children by the organization which, among other things, alerts Greek citizens about missing minors and other persons on the territory of Greece.


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