POLICE HUNT MISSING COUSINS: FEARS FOR YOUNG SLOVAKIANS NOT SEEN SINCE FRIDAY

PUBLISHED: 15:41 01 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:42 29 April 2010

missing teenagers from Wisbech

missing teenagers from Wisbech

FEARS for the safety of three young Slovakian cousins are growing after they have not been seen since Friday (June 27).Two 15-year-old female cousins, Beata Horvatha and Tulejova Miroslava and their male cousin, 21-year-old Daniel Poliak are believed

missing teenagers from Wisbech

FEARS for the safety of three young Slovakian cousins are growing after they have not been seen since Friday (June 27).

Two 15-year-old female cousins, Beata Horvatha and Tulejova Miroslava and their male cousin, 21-year-old Daniel Poliak are believed to be in the Peterborough area.

They live together at a house with Beata's parents in Coblands, Storbeck Road, Waterlees, Wisbech.

It is out of character for them to go missing and police are anxious that members of the public report any sightings of the girls and their older cousin.

missing teenagers from Wisbech

They were all last seen at 1.30am on Friday.

Beata is slim, with blue eyes, long dyed black hair and a tanned complexion.

Tulejova is thin, with long dark brown hair and Daniel is thin, with short black hair. It is not known what they were wearing when they disappeared.

DI Ian Simmons said: "We are growing concerned for these three young people as they do not have any money or change of clothes.

"We think they may have travelled to the Peterborough area to meet friends.

"We are continuing our investigations there, and talking to people who know the girls and their male cousin.

"If you see them, please contact me as soon as possible as their family is anxious to know they are okay."

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Kane at Wisbech Police Station on 0845 456 456 4 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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