By Euro Weekly News Media • 28 September 2011 • 16:40
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THE family of missing Moroccan teenager, Leila Nennar Rokni, has been able to talk to her.
She apparently told them that she was in Morocco and that she didn’t want them to look for her, but later told her uncle that she was still in Spain.
However, the Guardia Civil told her family that they had information that she had travelled to Morocco. The 17-year-old from Manilva was last seen on September 17.
The police first considered the possibility that she may have run away with her boyfriend, also Moroccan, to rebel against her father’s authoritarian attitude. However, her family says she split up with the young man.
Meanwhile, there is no news about the whereabouts of the 19-year-old missing Finnish woman, Jenna Lepomaki, who was last seen on June 29 in Fuengirola.
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