DISAPPEARANCE OF PALLIOU PANAGIOTA, 31 YEARS OLD AND HER DAUGHTER, DINKE IOANNA, 6 MONTHS OLD

17 May 2019

PRESS RELEASE AMBER ALERT

Athens, 17 May 2019


DISAPPEARANCE OF PALLIOU PANAGIOTA, 31 YEARS OLD AND HER DAUGHTER, DINKE IOANNA, 6 MONTHS OLD

 

On the 15th of May 2019 at 12.00, Palliou Panagiota, 31 years old and her daughter, 6 months old went missing from their home in Giannitsa. Palliou Panagiota has brown hair and eyes, is 1.68 cm tall and weighs 60 kgs. The day of the disappearance the mother was wearing a black jacket, a grey blouse, black pants and black shoes. Her daughter, Dinke Ioanna, has brown hair and eyes. The day of her disappearance she was wearing a pink jumpsuit.

 

“The Smile of the Child” was informed on the 16th of May 2019 at noon and following a prosecutorial order, issued today at the 17th of May at noon proceeded with activating the Amber Alert Hellas due to the specific conditions of the disappearance as well as the health issues of the baby that pose a great risk to the life of the child.

 

Please publish this Press Release.

 

In the possible event of locating the mother and the child, we will inform you with a new Press Release requesting the removal of the missing poster and related information.

 

The activation of the Amber Alert Hellas is based on the provision of quick, accurate and detailed information to citizens about a case of a missing child only a few minutes following the reporting of the case to the Police or “The Smile of the Child”. A number of actors (public, private, voluntary) are involved to achieve the immediate initiation of an Amber Alert with the goal to communicate the details of the missing child and other basic information through the mass media (TV channels and radio spots) and social media channels (Facebook posts), SMS, announcements on airports’ monitors, etc.

 

“The Smile of the Child” in the framework of its international partnerships, has the know-how to handle with professionalism and expertise the cases of missing children. Learn more on the international partnerships of the Organization here.

 

Learn more on Amber Alert Hellas: http://www.hamogelo.gr/gr/el/eksafanismena-paidia:ambert-alert-hellas/

 

For more information, please contact:

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

European Hotline for Missing Children 116 000

Email: 116000@hamogelo.gr