11 Jan, 2018 @ 13:44
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Search stepped up for missing British expat from Marbella as dozens of emergency services staff called in

MISSING: Rebecca

AUTHORITIES on the Costa del Sol have stepped up their search for missing British expat Rebecca Muldoon following an Olive Press appeal launched several days ago. 

Emergency 112 have set up a base on the Camino del Pilar to coordinate the search for the mother-of-two, who was last seen in Marbella on January 2.

Since the Olive Press first reported on the missing mum, from Southend in the UK, the story has been picked up by local, national and international press, both in Spain and the UK.

Now firefighters, Policia Local, emergency personnel from the 112 in Malaga and the Emergency Group of Andalucia (GREA) have all joined the search.

The GREA has helped set up the Advanced Command Post (PMA) in the Camino del Pilar, to facilitate coordination among the different agents.

The WFP is a fundamental tool in that facilitates communication between different services.

In total, there are 46 troops who have joined the search.

Police have not yet ruled out foul play in the woman’s disappearance, but for now, a voluntary disappearance is the one that seems most likely.


Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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