OCEAN CITY – A Russian girl living in Ocean City, who was reported missing back on Sept. 2 by her roommate, was found safe and sound over the weekend although the details about her disappearance have not been made public.
Anna Sevgeyevna Teselkina, 22, had last been seen around 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2, before she was found over the weekend. Teselkina’s roommate told Ocean City Police the missing girl was planning to travel to Georgetown, Del. on Thursday, Sept. 3. However, she had not been heard from for nearly two weeks at her place of employment at Sunsations on 53rd Street.
Police became concerned when a search of her apartment revealed she had left her passport, a Russian driver’s license, cell phone and an Ipod behind. On Saturday, the OCPD issued a flyer with a picture and description of Teselkina in an effort to enlist the public’s help in locating the missing girl. On Sunday, resort police announced she had been located safe and sound although the release included no information about her whereabouts.
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