S.-PETERSBURG, 17 Feb – RIA Novosti. Two girls of eight and nine years old, who went for a walk and disappeared in the Pushkin district, are being searched for in St. Petersburg, the press service of the GUMVD of the Russian Federation in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region reports.
“On February 17 … the law enforcement agencies of the Pushkin district of St. Petersburg received statements about the disappearance of two schoolgirls … who were visiting the first girl at 25 Krasnoselsky highway, after they went out for a walk and did not get in touch,” the message says.
The police asks to respond to residents of the city who have information about the missing girls, and gives their signs.
The first girl looks eight years old, her height is 130 centimeters, her physique is thin, she is wearing a pink jacket and a hat, black jeans, black boots.
The second girl looks like nine years old, she is the same height as her friend, blonde hair, is dressed in a blue jacket and a gray hat with a pompom.
“The police are asking citizens who have any information about the whereabouts of schoolgirls to contact by phone 573-18-90 or 102”, – informs the GUMVD.