December 15, 2016

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The lost sheep return home

Awareness on human-trafficking should be raised among the public. Photo: Min Min Latt
Awareness on human-trafficking should be raised among the public. Photo: Min Min Latt

Myanmar Police Force held a ceremony to hand over the two teenage girls to their parents in Pobbathiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw. As the two girls have not returned home on 18 September after the school, their parents made a complaint at Kyidaungkan Police Station. The police members led by Inspector Kyaw Min Htoo left no stone unturned in searching the lost sheep. Finally they have received news that the girls were in Yangon to seek  jobs.  The police contacted their colleagues in Kamayut Township Police Station and on Wednesday the girls were taken back to their homes. At the handing over ceremony the police inspector warned against the human trafficking.

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