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April 14, 2014
Hans Kremers (R) and wife Roselie, parents of Kris Kremers, walk after a news conference about the intensive...
Boquete District, Panama
Hans Kremers and wife Roselie walk after news conference about the intensive three days of searching...
Hans Kremers (R) and wife Roselie, parents of Kris Kremers, walk after a news conference about the intensive three days of searching the mountains by the Panama police where two Dutch women went missing, in the Boquete district April 14, 2014. Lisanne Froon, 22, and Kris Kremers, 21, reportedly went missing on April 1 in Boquete, located in the Chiriqui province, after setting out on a hike. The tourists were in Panama studying Spanish and were reported missing by their host families. According to Arturo Alvarado, general director of the National Civil Protection Service, the local authorities have not found clues to the women's whereabouts after fourteen days, which includes three days of intensive searching. The search will now continue with a different strategy. According to local media reports, a reward amounting to $2,500 has been offered for any clues. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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