In the Kaliningrad region, they continue to search for 72-year-old Valentina Ponomarenko. The pensioner left the house on November 18, reached the sea coast and disappeared. Klops was informed about this in the West PSO.
The police and volunteers studied the recordings of dozens of video cameras and established the route of the woman’s movement on the 18th. After a walk along the promenade of Svetlogorsk, the Kaliningrad girl entered the first car of the electric train, which was leaving for the regional center at 15:40. But Valentina Ponomarenko never came to Kaliningrad. There is an assumption that she got off at one of the stations.
“There were no cameras at the Pioneer Kurort, Romanovo, Pereslavskoye, Kolosovka, Druzhny stations. Perhaps one of you or your loved ones was just traveling at that time in the train. We really need your help, your evidence,” says Ekaterina Presnyakova, head of the detachment.
The missing woman is 153 cm tall, of medium build with short ash-blond hair and light eyes. She was wearing a dark green down jacket below the knee, blue jeans, a pink knitted hat and brown boots.
The woman may be disoriented and may need medical attention.
Anyone who knows anything about the whereabouts of the missing person is asked to report it by phone: 8 (4012) 50-80-38; 8 (4012) 520-444; 02; 102 or 112.