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Police fear for safety of sisters missing four months

PUBLISHED: 19:58 11 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:30 05 October 2010

Passport picture of Sweta who vanished with her sister four months ago

Passport picture of Sweta who vanished with her sister four months ago

POLICE are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of two sisters missing from a women’s refuge in East London for four months. Galina Krysiuk and Sweta Krysuik (also known as Monica Szynal) vvanished on April 23 when they left a refuge for vulnerable women in Hackney

POLICE are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of two sisters missing from a women's refuge in East London for four months.

Galina Krysiuk, 20, and Sweta Krysuik (also known as Monica Szynal), 27, have been missing since April 23 when they left a refuge for vulnerable women in Hackney.

Galina is described as 5ft 6ins, medium build with collar-length brown hair and brown eyes.

There is no description of Sweta, although Scotland Yard tonight were able to issue her photograph (above).

They come from the former Soviet republic of Belarus in eastern Europe and are said to be familiar with south London and the West End.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact Hackney's missing persons unit on 020-7275 3402.


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