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Constanta missing teens found

The two girls aged 11 and 13, which were reported missing at the end of last week in Constanta, were found by Police after three days, which they spent strolling through the town, having fun and sleeping in parks, according to their own statement, ‘Gandul’ newspaper reports.

The spokesman of the Constanta County Police Inspectorate, Gelu Manolescu said the two teenagers were found Tuesday night by a patrol of Precinct 3, following a phone call that reported their presence near the Culture House. “The two girls were found around 11.00 PM by a patrol of Police Precinct 3, and were taken to the Precinct. They said they had not been the victims of any crime. According to Manolescu, the girls had no sign of assault on their bodies and told policemen that they left home after speaking with “some boys” – minors themselves – which they met on Facebook and wanted to meet in real life as well. “The girls said they did not stay with the boys and had fun on their own, strolling through Mangalia and Constanta, and sleeping in parks and on the stairs of residential blocks,” the IPJ Constanta spokesman added.

Bianca Petronela Blanariu (11) and Andreea Marin (13) disappeared from home on May 22, and their parents suspected outright that they went with some boys they had met on Facebook.

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