Angie Corona, missing girl found 27 days later

NATIONAL POLICE are investigating the person or persons who helped 13-year-old Angie Corona run-away from her home in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz for 27-days.

This is because they doubt that a young girl would have been able to survive for nearly a month with just the €70 she had in her purse when she voluntarily packed a suitcase and left home.

She was found somewhere in the Valencian Region, possibly Alicante. The case is currently under secrecy by a judge’s order, but unofficial sources revealed that there have been several arrests.

Her parents began searching for her after they received no word from the police regarding her possible whereabouts, Spanish newspaper La Voz Digital reported.

They put posters up in various locations including Malaga, Huelva and Extremadura since Angie had written in a letter to a social worker at El Puerto de Santa Maria Town Hall telling her she wanted to leave because her parents did not agree with her relationship with a Colombian soldier 10 years older than her, who denied any involvement in her disappearance.

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