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Parents to plead for girl's return

Published 10/07/2015

Police believe Camilia Lupu may have been abducted and taken to Spain
Police believe Camilia Lupu may have been abducted and taken to Spain
Camilia Lupu who police believe may have been abducted and taken to Spain (Greater Manchester Police/PA)

Worried parents of a missing 14-year-old girl are to plead for her safe return.

Police believe Camilia Lupu may have been abducted and taken to Spain after she vanished from her home in Oldham last month.

Camilia, originally from Romania, was last seen at a relative's home in Plymouth Street, Oldham, on June 26.

Police made a public appeal to try to trace her three days later but she has still not been found.

Detectives believe she has been taken to Spain by a 37-year-old man Alin Coman, also from Romania.

He is wanted for alleged child abduction.

Camilia's mother and father are due to hold a joint press conference at 1pm today with the detective who is leading the manhunt.

Camilia is white, around 1.4m tall, slim with long dark hair and brown eyes.

When she was last seen at around 6.30pm on Friday, June 26, she was wearing her school uniform, a black skirt and a black leather jacket over the top.

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