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IrelandFrantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down'

07:45  14 may  2019
07:45  14 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Carlow woman Martha Osaro , 26, missing in Madrid as twin sister found ' very traumatised': Gardai thank public for help after missing 18-month-old girl © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited The twins A search is underway for a Carlow woman who went missing with her twin sister

Martha and Mary Osaro , 26-year-old twin sisters, went missing in the Spanish capital after celebrating their birthday, according to a Spanish In a Facebook post, their older sister said the two women have been living in Madrid "on and off" for the past five years. She added that Mary Osaro has been found

Frantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited The twins

A frantic search continued in Spain on Monday night for a missing Irish woman whose flat was found “turned upside down” in Madrid.

Identical twins Mary and Martha Osaro, 26, disappeared five days ago while celebrating their birthdays.

Mary has since been found but Martha remains missing.

Their older sister Jennifer, 29, who flew out to Madrid on Saturday to help find her siblings, told the Irish Mirror: “I found the flat on Saturday morning turned upside down but both of their passports were there.

“I’ve gone around basically trying to track down their movements and more of the places they frequent.

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Mary Osaro was located today however the search for her twin sister Martha continues. ONE of the Irish twins who vanished in Madrid after celebrating their birthday has been found - but "They have been missing in Madrid since Thursday the 9th of May (they have been living in Madrid on and off

Martha Osaro disappeared along with her twin sister Mary after they went out in the central neighborhood of La Latina to celebrate their birthday. Spanish police have located a young Irish woman who went missing along with her twin sister on May 9 in the Madrid neighborhood of La Latina.

“I’ve checked on their Facebook and Instagram to see where they tagged and go frequently so I went around those areas and where they live.

“I booked a flight to Madrid on Saturday morning, I went straight to the apartment but their phones and passports were still there.”

It is understood Mary was found yesterday morning in a Madrid hospital, and according to Jennifer, her younger sister was “very traumatised.”

But Martha is still missing and both were last together in a bar in the La Latina area of the city – similar to Dublin’s Temple Bar – last Thursday. Both siblings work in finance. Jennifer said: “I found one twin, I found Mary, I can not disclose how I found her or where I found her.

Frantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited A missing poster

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

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Instead, the "real" Martha was found in the same Madrid hospital her twin Mary was located in a day earlier. She managed to track down Mary on Monday, finding her in a "very traumatised" state in a I can confirm we are treating her disappearance and that of Mary Osaro , who was found Monday

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

Both sisters have been walking for hours going from hospital to hospital in a bid to find their sibling.

Jennifer and Mary, from Co Carlow, have been to see police but are unhappy with how the investigation is being conducted.

The Irish Mirror has learned cops in Madrid have yet to search Martha’s apartment.

A source said both sisters are struggling to convince detectives to listen to their story.

A police source told the Irish Mirror: “Something ugly must have happened I’m afraid.”

It is understood one line officers are exploring is whether the young women were drugged and targeted while out socialising.

Frantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited One of the girls has been found

The twins’ brother Jay Veer, who lives in Nigeria, told the Irish Mirror: “Martha has been living in Madrid for four years or more and Mary visits and had stayed longer. They were in a pub together and had a drink and all of a sudden Mary couldn’t see Martha anymore.

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“I believe someone is with her. My parents are trying, only God can do the rest.

“We haven’t located Martha but Mary is her twin and are connected spiritually and knows her sister is safe.

“If her sister was not alive then she would know in her body but she knows she is safe somehow, someway.” It is also understood a Spanish male, who is known to the family, showed up to the police station questioning Martha’s whereabouts.

In a video posted on Facebook, Jennifer said she believes someone is withholding information about her missing younger sister.

Frantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Twins Mary Jessica Osaro and Martha Joan Osaro

She added: “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.”

Another police source said the area the twins were last seen in would be quite safe although there are “dodgy” districts only minutes away. He added: “The area Latina is full of bars and is quite safe but a neighbouring district called Lavapies is dangerous at night. It is only a two-minute walk away from Latina.

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“Madrid can be a dangerous place at night for tourists if they get drunk and go into bad districts.”

Jennifer first alerted the public that both her sisters had gone missing on Facebook yesterday morning. She said: “I need your help. These women are my twin little sisters Martha Joan Osaro and Mary Jessica Osaro, 26, 5ft 8ins (172cm).

Frantic search for missing Irishwoman Martha Osaro after flat in Madrid found 'turned upside down' © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited A view of Barrio de La Latina, a neighbourhood in the centre of Madrid, Spain.

“They have been missing in Madrid since Thursday. They both have been living in Madrid on and off for five years.

“They were last seen in Centro, La Latina, they went out for their birthday. We are very worried about them.”

Spanish police have reported Martha’s disappearance but have yet to release an official statement. The Department of Foreign Affairs said it is aware of the case and is providing consular assistance.

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