Tuesday 21 September 2021

OIJ looking for two missing teens in Heredia

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The Organismo de Investigacion Judicial (OIJ) – Judicial Police – is asking for help to find two quinceañeras (15-year-olds) reported missing in Heredia.

Yuris Anielka Rojas Marchena was reported missing on July 28. Photo: OIJ

One of the girls is called Yuris Anielka Rojas Marchena, who has been missing since July 28. The other is Karla Patricia Campos Castillo, who was last seen on July 24.

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Karla Patricia Campos Castillo was last seen on July 24. Photo: OIJ

The families of the two young girls are desperate to hear news of them.

If you have seen any of them call as soon as possible to the confidential line of the OIJ 800-8000-645 or if you prefer WhatsApp at 8-8000645.

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