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Police declare teenage girl missing in Delta

Treasure Ofuya, a 13-year-old girl from Warri, Delta, was reported missing by police on Thursday.

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The treasure was last seen on April 30 as she left for school on Jakpa Road in Effurun, but she has not returned home since.

She stands 4.5 feet tall, has a fair skin, no tribal markings, and is fluent in English and Urhobo.

“All efforts made to know her whereabouts had proved abortive,’’ acting police spokesman in Delta, DSP Edafe Bright, told newsmen in Warri.

DSP Bright urged anyone with useful information on the whereabouts of the teenager to report to Ekpan Police Division, PPRO’s Office in Asaba or the nearest police station.

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Police declare teenage girl missing in Delta

Treasure Ofuya, a 13-year-old girl from Warri, Delta, was reported missing by police on Thursday.

Advertisement

The treasure was last seen on April 30 as she left for school on Jakpa Road in Effurun, but she has not returned home since.

She stands 4.5 feet tall, has a fair skin, no tribal markings, and is fluent in English and Urhobo.

“All efforts made to know her whereabouts had proved abortive,’’ acting police spokesman in Delta, DSP Edafe Bright, told newsmen in Warri.

DSP Bright urged anyone with useful information on the whereabouts of the teenager to report to Ekpan Police Division, PPRO’s Office in Asaba or the nearest police station.

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0139921998
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