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Danish Philippa, 13, disappeared while delivering newspapers – blockaded house southwest of Copenhagen

The whole of Denmark is holding its breath searching for what might have happened to 13-year-old Philippa in Kirkerup, southern New Zealand. She was delivering newspapers at midday on Saturday when she suddenly disappeared.

A moment ago, she spoke to her father on the phone. Later, her bike, bag and mobile phone were found on the side of the road.

Right now, police have cordoned off a home in the area and reporters on the scene are reporting on crews wearing DNA suits to secure the relics.

– Policemen in DNA suits roam and work behind the house. More and more cops are coming all the time, Danmarks Radios reported Reporter Kasper Dalsgaard Sander Sunday morning.

Police: We are very concerned

Already on Saturday afternoon, the police came out with one Lost report In Filippa the public was asked for information. police inspector Kim Clive in South Zeeland Police and Lolland-Falster States to the Danish media that the police received more than 600 notes from the public.

In a press release issued on Sunday, the police wrote that they assume a criminal act occurred.

“We take this very seriously. We are very concerned about Philippa and are working on the theory that a criminal act was committed,” says Police Superintendent Kim Cleaver in the press release.

Danmarks Radio (DR) spoke to horrified locals. Jurgen Moll Jacobsen He told DR that he saw the news on Facebook. He himself is the father of two girls and can only imagine what Philippa’s parents are going through.

– It must be terrible for the parents.

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Michael Boris I can’t understand how a girl can disappear into broad daylight in their small town.

– This can’t happen here. We live in a small village, as told by Dr.