Italian girls lost their 13 days after returning home safely, police refused to disclose details

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 Italian girls lost their 13 days after returning home safely, police refused to disclose details


After finding out the missing Chinese girls, the police found no scars on the female students. In order to be safe, the police sent Chinese women students to Parma hospital for a comprehensive physical examination. The lost Chinese female students were then handed over to their families. The lost Chinese female student named Ye Wenlan (YEWENLAN transliteration) 18 years old, Chinese nationality, classmates and teachers usually like to call her Sabrina (Sabrina). The female students parents run a Chinese restaurant in Parma. She lives in Piacenza with her uncles family and studies in the local JOYA high school. On the day of 10, the parents and schools reported to the police the next day. Through the local TV station and the media, the police released a search for peoples notice, calling on the public to look for the missing Chinese girls. A telephone call from the police and the family was announced. In April 13th, the cousin of Ye Wen Lan told the media that the local police had been investigating the disappearance of Ye Wen Lan, and the family also issued a search for a person, hoping that ye would be able to go home soon. In April 16th, the staff of the Chinese Consulate General in Milan said that the general consulate attached great importance to the loss of the Chinese female students, and had conducted many exchanges with the local police to understand the situation of the missing Chinese girls. The Consulate General will pay close attention to the incident of missing Chinese girls and keep in touch with the police at any time, hoping that Chinese women students can return home safely. In April 19th, the Chinese Consulate General in Milan issued a call to the community through the official website. It was hoped that the local overseas Chinese group should actively cooperate to find out the lost Chinese female students. Once the clues were found, please contact the general consulate in time, or notify the police. On the morning of 4 23, Ye Wenlans cousin confirmed to the media that his cousin had been safely home. He also thanked the Chinese Consulate General in Milan, the Italy police, the media and the enthusiastic people and overseas Chinese who were concerned about Ye Wenlans disappearance. It is reported that in order to protect the personal privacy of the lost Chinese female students, the police refused to disclose to the media the reasons for the loss of Ye Wenlan, and everything that happened during this period. Source: Chinese overseas net editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526 In April 16th, the staff of the Chinese Consulate General in Milan said that the general consulate attached great importance to the loss of the Chinese female students, and had conducted many exchanges with the local police to understand the situation of the missing Chinese girls. The Consulate General will pay close attention to the incident of missing Chinese girls and keep in touch with the police at any time, hoping that Chinese women students can return home safely. In April 19th, the Chinese Consulate General in Milan issued a call to the community through the official website. It was hoped that the local overseas Chinese group should actively cooperate to find out the lost Chinese female students. Once the clues were found, please contact the general consulate in time, or notify the police. It is reported that in order to protect the personal privacy of the lost Chinese female students, the police refused to disclose to the media the reasons for the loss of Ye Wenlan, and everything that happened during this period.