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Three teenagers reported missing in Lebanon

Policemen drive around Beirut, Friday, Sept. 23, 2011. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)

BEIRUT: Three teenagers, two Lebanese and one Syrian were reported missing by their parents Monday in different parts of the country, security sources told The Daily Star.

At the police headquarters in Aley, Mount Lebanon, a father reported his 17-year-old daughter missing after she left the house in the village of Aramoun three days earlier and never returned.

The father, identified by his first name as Mohammad, gave police officers a description of his daughter.

A Syrian woman also reported to Aley police that her 16-year-old son, Abdel-Mosleh Faysal, left his house in Qommatiyah on Feb. 19. She hasn’t heard from him since then.

Another man, identified by his first name as Atef, claimed his daughter, 16, was also missing. He told police in Ghobeiry that the girl left her school in the Beirut neighborhood of Shiyah three days earlier.





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