Missing girl found dead in Denmark

 
Missing girl found dead in Denmark
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According to a press release from the Mid and West Zealand Police on Twitter, 17-year-old Emilie Meng, who has been missing since July, has been found dead in a pond in Borup in Zealand.

- Finding the girl opens up a whole new opportunities of investigation. We now know that Emilie has been found far from her home, and therefore we will at a press conference tell citizens how they can help us with information in relation to the new situation, says Kim Kliver of Sydsjælland- and Lolland Falster police.

The cause of death is so far not known, and Mid and West Zealand Police report that the body shows signs of having been in water for a long time.

Emilie Meng disappeared after a night out with three friends in Slagelse on the 10th of July this year. Since she said goodbye to her friends and went on her way home, no one has seen her.

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