A FINNISH girl who went missing eight days ago has been found dead.
In a heartbreaking message just one hour ago on her mother’s Facebook page, it was revealed that Ida Lilia died ‘from a disease’.
The mother, Sinna Kreeta Maria, also thanked helpers for joining in the search.
Blonde-haired Ida went missing last Tuesday October 27 and the alert was raised after she did not return to Fuengirola by train after a trip to Malaga.
Her mother had been leaving frequent Facebook statuses updating that the her daughter had not yet been found, writing ‘I just want to wake up from this nightmare’ on November 2.
The family is believed to be based in Torremolinos.
An outpouring of support was released on Facebook, many of the messages in Finnish.
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