Two Polish Tourists Disappeared In 'Golden Sands'

Society | September 12, 2014, Friday // 16:49
Bulgaria: Two Polish Tourists Disappeared In 'Golden Sands'

Two Polish tourists who have disappeared in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Golden Sands, reports the Bulgarian National Radio.

The man and the woman, aged 25 and 23, respectively, disappeared in the night of September 7 and are being sought through the Schengen information system.

The two Polish tourists arrived in Bulgaria on September 6 with a group of 40, organised by a Polish touroperator, and were last seen in a discotheque the same night. 

According to the chief inspector from the Golden Sands police station Traicho Georgiev, police checked the beach of the resort, but did not find any traces of the man and the woman.

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