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Police request public's help in case of missing woman

The 21-year-old was last seen in the southwestern municipality of Somero on 8 June.

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Police in southwestern Finland have requested help from the public in locating a missing woman. Image: Tiina Jutila / Yle

The Southwestern Finland Police Department have not made any progress in the case of a woman missing from the municipality of Somero in Western Finland since early June, and are now appealing to the public for assistance in tracing her whereabouts.

Milla Aronen, 21, was last seen in the town between 11pm and 12pm on the evening of June 8, but since then no sightings or contact have been made.

Aronen was due to return to military service with the Pori Brigade at the Huovinrinne garrison in the nearby municipality of Säkylä on June 9, but did not report for duty. Currently women serve in the Finnish Defense Forces voluntarily, and are not conscripted.

In a statement two weeks ago, Commissioner Kristiina Kontio of the Southwestern Finland Police said there was no suspicion that any crime had taken place.

Aronen is described as being of slim build and approximately 165 centimetres tall. She has tattoos on both hands, and was wearing a black top, black hoodie, black trousers and black shoes with pink trim at the time of her disappearance.

Police request any information to be reported by calling 0295417259 or via WhatsApp messaging service on 0504117655. Sightings or information can also be reported via by e-mail to: lounais-suomi@poliisi.fi.

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