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Jan Nejedly.......Czech Republic

Post  Guest on Wed 23 Dec - 21:47

.Have You Seen Jan Nejedly ?


Case Type: Endangered Missing
Missing Date: Saturday 17th January 1998
Missing From: Prague
Missing Country: Czech_Republic
Sex: Male
DOB: 22/Nov/1988
Age Now: 21
Specific Details:Hair: Dark Blonde/Brown Eye Color: Blue/Grey
Height: 3' 11" (120cm) Weight: Unkown
Race: n/a language: Czech

Distinctive Factors: May speak very quickly. Nickname: 'Honza'


Known Circumstances: Jan was last seen close to his home. He was riding to see a neighbour/friend, who was absent. He was wearing a navy blue winter windcheater (red inside), grey jumper with black stripes, a cape, grey track suit trousers, white/green/black sports shoes with a kangaroo on the heel and a red hat.

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

INTERPOL PRAGUE TEL: (420.2) 61434210, (420.2) 61434342, (420.2) 61434248 (420.2) 61434380 or FAX: (420.2) 61434116 or EMAIL: children@interpol.int

or TEL/FAX: +420 244 462 687, or MOBIL: 602 366 206, or EMAIL: rohous@mbox.vol.cz
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Re: Jan Nejedly.......Czech Republic

Post  Susan on Sat 20 Feb - 13:38

Five-year-old still missing, mother attempts suicide

Six hundred police officers and an army of volunteers, including local school children, combed the Kladno region on Tuesday. Police dogs, divers and a helicopter with thermal vision were employed to no avail. The five-year-old, who was last seen in her mother's arms at midday last Wednesday, appears to have disappeared without a trace. The work of the police has been complicated by the fact that her mother was - by her own admission - drunk at the time of her disappearance and has not been able to recall the events of that fateful day. As a result the police have had to rely on information gleaned from neighbours and the public at large and admit that they have very little to go on.

According to Jana Detska, spokeswoman for the Kladno Police Department, the letter that Tereza's mother wrote prior to her suicide attempt contains nothing which would indicate that she knew more than she has already told the police. As a result all the options of what could have happened to the child remain open. The police have not been able to rule out the possibility of her having been murdered, abducted or killed by a driver who may have attempted to hide the body far from her home town. Police say she may no longer be on Czech territory. The only theory they have been able to rule out is her wandering off on her own and having an accident. In such an event, Tuesday's police search would have unearthed the body. As of this moment the case which the nation has watched with bated breath is going to slide into an anti-climax.

Police statistics reveal that over the past 8 years the number of children reported missing nationwide has doubled. Many simply run away from home but there are cases of children whose disappearance remains a mystery. Nine-year-old Jan Nejedly disappeared in 1998, on his way to a friend's house, never to be seen again. Five-year-old Jana Placha disappeared without trace in 1996. Like Terezka's relatives their families find it difficult to live with the fact that they have no idea what happened.

http://www.radio.cz/en/article/11690

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