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IrelandCarlow woman Martha Osaro, 26, missing in Madrid as twin sister found ' very traumatised'

15:50  13 may  2019
15:50  13 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A Carlow woman who went missing in Madrid last week is reported to have been found . Martha Osaro , 26 , and her twin sister Mary, went missing in the Spanish capital last Thursday after celebrating their birthday.

Mary and Martha Osaro , 26 , were last seen in Centro, La Latina Madrid last Thursday, Mary has since been found but Martha remains missing . Their older sister Jennifer Osaro said in a video that Mary was found and was very " traumatised ." She said: "I found one twin , I found Mary, I can not

Carlow woman Martha Osaro, 26, missing in Madrid as twin sister found ' very traumatised' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited The twins A search is underway for a Carlow woman who went missing with her twin sister while out celebrating their birthday in Madrid.

Mary and Martha Osaro, 26, were last seen in Centro, La Latina Madrid last Thursday, Mary has since been found but Martha remains missing.

Their older sister Jennifer Osaro said in a video that Mary was found and was very "traumatised."

She said: "I found one twin, I found Mary, I can not disclose how I found her or where I found her.

"I can tell you now from the feedback I got from where I found her, she was very traumatised.

"Just keep praying and keep hoping we’ll find the other twin."

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One Irish twin still missing in Madrid after sister found safe ‘but traumatised ’. A search is underway in Madrid for an Irish woman after she went missing celebrating her birthday with These women below are my twin little sisters Martha -Joan Osaro and Mary-Jessica Osara, 26 , 5 foot 8.

Two twin sisters from Carlow who went missing in Madrid last week have both now been found safe and well.Mary-Jessica and Martha -Joan Osaro I can tell you now from the feedback I got from where I found her, she was very traumatised .” The Carlow women ’s flat was also found “turned upside

Carlow woman Martha Osaro, 26, missing in Madrid as twin sister found ' very traumatised' © Facebook Martha Osaro, 26,

Ms Osaro said in a video posted on Facebook that someone is holding back information about her sister Martha's whereabouts.

She said: "It seems some people are holding information about where Martha is and they don’t want to communicate that information to me.

“I can’t trust anyone, I’m still going to continue looking for Martha because I am not giving up, I found one twin and i’ll find the other if it’s the last thing I do."

Earlier this morning  Jennifer Osaro posted that both twins were missing in Madrid and asked for the public's help.

Posting a photo online, she said: “I need your help. These women are my twin little sisters.

“They have been missing in Madrid since Thursday the 9th of May. They both have been living in Madrid on and off for five years.

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TWIN sisters from the Republic of Ireland missing in Madrid since Thursday have been found safe and well a day apart, but the first of the young women to be traced is described as 'confused and But Jennifer Osaro said her little sister was ' very traumatised ', although she did not want to go into details.

Martha and Mary Osaro are 26 – as from Thursday, May 9 when they were last seen – and are said to be 1.75 metres (5'9”) tall, slim, dark-eyed, black, with According to the missing persons charity SOS Desaparecidos, which released the above photograph, the sisters know Madrid very well, as they

“We are very worried about them and their well being.”

She added: “The police, Interpol and Irish embassy in Ireland and Spain have all their info.

“If you have any contacts in Madrid share to them as well.

“Thank you all for all your help in advance.”

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