Cyprus Mail

Missing woman comes forward

THE 40-year old National Guard officer and mother of three who was declared missing since last Monday turned up at a Paphos police station in the early hours of Saturday, informing police that she had been on a break.

Myrianthoula Papasocratous, a sergeant in the National Guard, was reported missing from her home in Kato Paphos by her brother on Monday. Police launched a search for her in and around Paphos but to no avail.

Then at around 1.20am on Saturday, the missing mother of three walked into the Paphos central police station declaring herself found.

In a statement to the Paphos CID, Papasocratous said she was in good health, explaining that she had stayed at a friend’s house in the Nicosia district during the days she was thought missing.

The National Guard employee said she left home without telling anyone for various professional and personal reasons.

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