While the search continues for a nine-year-old girl who went missing in Prague’s Troja district one week ago, police have filed missing persons announcements for two other young women. Both of the girls are sixteen years old and live in the region of Karlovy Vary. Lucie Kosnarová from the village of Stráž nad Ohří was last seen in her home at around midnight on Sunday. Petra Bubeníková of Karlovy Vary went missing after she left home for school on Monday morning. There has been no indication from the police that any of the cases may be related.
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