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Jul 31, 2013

Missing Siblings Found in Honduras

There are reports reaching our newsroom tonight that missing siblings Fanny and Jairo Romero have been located in Copan, Honduras and will soon be reunited with their family. The children, who live with their mother in Cowpen in southern Belize, were reported missing on July twentieth. They were last seen in the company of their grandfather, Juan Jovel, and Police immediately circulated Jovel’s picture countrywide in an attempt to locate the children. But apparently the children were not in Belize, and were taken to Honduras by Jovel on the same Saturday that the matter was reported to the Police. News Five understands that the children were located in Copan by their father, Felix Romero, and were safe in the company of their grandfather, who did not seem to be aware of the frantic search for the children in Belize.

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3 Responses for “Missing Siblings Found in Honduras”

  1. Dumb as hair says:

    grandpa takes kids out of country and does not tell anyone, sounds like grandpa is senile.

    how do these kids cross national borders without passports?

  2. A Jew says:

    People can enter and exit Belize whenever they want especially through Halacte area. No kind of border control.

  3. Belizean Pride says:

    so passing kids with out problem through the border can be a hint as to what might have happen to the other siblings that went missing a few yrs ago. this should ring a bell to authorities that our borders are very porous and something should be done to stop this lack of management within the national security officials.

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