By Cristina Hodgson • 16 December 2019 • 19:54
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The National Police are desperately looking for Celia Cavia, 14, who disappeared last Thursday in Santander.
The girl was last seen at about 2:15 p.m. on Thursday in the immediate vicinity of the José María Pereda de Santander High School where she is a student.
The authorities began the search for Cavia on Friday and have now extended the perimeter of the search further afield.
Civil protection helicopters as well as maritime rescue services have been incorporated in the search as well as drones that have flown over the coastal area.
As Euro Weekly News understands, as yet, no clues have been found to the young girl’s whereabouts.
According to Montañés authorities found in backpack in a park in Mataleñas on Friday which is believed to possibly belong to the girl.
According to another local press the minor is said to have left the high school last Thursday, an hour early, complaining that she was not feeling well.
The girl is tall, blonde with blue eyes.
Police sources have reported that the girl, at the time of her disappearance, was wearing a hair-hooded grey coat.
Celia’s parents firmly believe that she hasn’t fled voluntarily and are extremely concerned for her safety.
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