Woman from Aruba missing in Leiden | THE DAILY HERALD

The poster for Mira Florez Sanabria, who has been missing since Saturday.

THE HAGUE–A woman from Aruba has gone missing in the Dutch city Leiden since last Saturday. The Aruba government is playing a role in the efforts to locate her.

Mira Florez Sanabria (54) went to the Netherlands to visit her son Gilian Boekhoudt (24) who studies there. She went shopping for a mobile phone on Saturday morning and did not return. On the day of her disappearance, she was wearing a blue sweater, black leggings, black shoes and a black/pink backpack.

An investigation has started into Sanabria’s disappearance, as she has been gone for more than 72 hours, which is the customary timeframe in a missing-person case. Sanabria measures 1.48 metres in height, has dark brown shoulder-length hair and dark brown eyes. She speaks Spanish and Papiamento, but cannot speak Dutch or English.

Aruba Minister Plenipotentiary in The Hague Guilfred Besaril is attending to the case, together with Dutch authorities. The Cabinet of the Minister Plenipotentiary has been in touch with the missing woman’s son and the Police Force in Leiden.

In Aruba, Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes has been in contact with the family to provide assistance. “We remain positive and we have hope that Mira will reappear safe and sound,” said Wever-Croes.

Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/89983-woman-from-aruba-missing-in-leiden