UPDATE: Euro Weekly News continue to raise awareness concerning Missing Person Agnese Klavina in hope of witnesses and information coming forward, in doing so assisting the police investigation in locating Agnese.
Information concerning the current police investigation is not known. EWN have made attempts to contact the appropriate police offices and outside voluntary helpers to raise the awareness through the EWN media platforms but have been unsuccessful in positively speaking with anyone.
Agnese has been missing 12 days now and there has been little, almost no media coverage. EWN do not involve ourselves with the evidential investigation and we support all agencies, volunteers and the Spanish police in their attempts to find her, but with little almost no news we ask, have arrests been made? Are there any leads as to the possible location of her? Is she being held somewhere but to assist the investigation a complete news blackout has been sanctioned? EWN are not aware of any news blackout which is why we chose to run the Costa del Sol front page on September 17 weekly edition as well as raising the awareness of missing Agnese on our social media so as to help.
Since our first publication concerning Missing Agnese 6 days ago (September 12) the messages have reached more than 14,000 people, an average of 2,300 a day, and we will continue to use social platforms to raise awareness and welcome any interaction with the police, official bodies, volunteers and the community to help find Agnese.
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THE police are stepping up their investigation into the disappearance of Agnese Klavina, the 30-year-old Latvian girl, who has been missing since the early hours of Saturday September 6.
The last sighting of Agnese was talking to a woman outside a popular nightclub in Puerto Banus, at approximately 6am, after spending the evening inside the club with friends. CCTV footage has been seized by pólice and their investigation continues.
A member of staff from within the club has confirmed to the Euro Weekly News that the CCTV footage shows Agnese with a group for a period of time and goes on to show her leaving with some of the same group.
A photograph taken that night inside the club, shows Agnese, wearing a long maxi dress in pink, turquoise and white Aztec design and sitting at a table with five presumed acquaintances. She was carrying a large white Luis Vuitton bag. Agnese is around 1.70cm tall, with green eyes and medium length blonde hair.
Her mother and sister have travelled to Spain from Latvia to help with the investigation. Her mother said: “It was very unusual for her to vanish without telling anyone.”
The Spanish police have ruled out the prospect that she disappeared voluntarily, after finding all her credit cards and important documentation left in her house.
If anyone has any information, sightings or remembers anything from being inside the club assisting in the police investigation, please call the Local Police on 092.
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