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Greek Police Find Bodies of Missing Mother and Daughter in Gorge

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A 45-year-old woman and her 17-year-old daughter missing since the week were found dead on Sunday in a remote area in the region of Pieria.

According to the police the two women’s bodies were found in a 120m deep gorge near the mountainous area of Fotina.

The bodies were found by a group of firemen, members of EMAK rescue team, and police officers.

According to police, there are clues where the women were found that demonstrate that they could have been murder victims.

The husband and father of the two women reported them missing at the Katerini police station last Saturday. He said that his wife called him on the phone last Friday, November 8, and announced that she was leaving with her daughter.

(Source: AMNA)

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