23 Jun, 2011 @ 14:34
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Dutch holidaymaker goes missing in Spain

A DUTCH tourist has gone missing on holiday in Spain.

Mary-Anne Goossens, 48, has vanished during a 10-day break to Nerja.

The mother of two has not been seen since June 16 when she checked into the Hotel Bajamar.

This was the last time her credit card was used and her luggage is still in her room.

According to her family she was in a good mental and physical state.

They said: “Our family is deeply concerned since she is very keen on keeping contact on a daily basis.”

Her son and ex-husband have now flown out to Malaga to launch a search for Mary-Anne.

Anyone with information can contact Jantje Korten on 0031615254172.

Wendy Williams

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  1. All women of the same age, we can see ourselves in the same situation. I regret that with every tragedy like this one we are less safe everywhere we go on vacation. Independence nowadays has become a different word for vulnerability and dangerous.
    I feel compassion for her family and I hope they discover where she is. The worst feeling is uncertainty.

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