Monika Kobyłka, who went missing 9 years ago, is still wanted by the Masovian police. An antiqued image of the missing woman has been published that shows what she might look like now. – Based on a thorough analysis of the girl’s photos and photos of family members, specialists from the Police Central Forensic Laboratory dealing with age progress created a current portrait of Monika, taking into account the passage of time – explained Rafał Jeżak from the Provincial Police Headquarters in Radom.
Monika Kobyłka from Wola Gałecka in the district of Przysucha in Mazovia went missing on July 7, 2012. She was then almost 15 years old. The police, family, neighbors and friends participated in the search for the teenager. There was a lot of media coverage in the local media about the disappearance of the 15-year-old.
Monika Kobyłka went missing 9 years ago. Police searches continue
Rafał Jeżak from the press team of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Radom said that so far “unfortunately it has not been possible to establish what happened to the girl”. “No trace was found, none of her belongings were found,” he added.
The prosecutor’s office investigated the case, but discontinued it in 2014 due to the failure to identify the perpetrators. However, the officers are constantly looking for the missing girl. – Police officers use more and more modern tools used in such cases – said Jeżak.
The image of Monika Kobyłka is aged. This may be what it looks like missing now
Now the police have reached for one of the most important tools used in the search for missing persons, including minors. It is an age progression, i.e. aging a person’s image based on a photo.
– Based on a detailed analysis of the girl’s photos and photos of family members, specialists from the Police Central Forensic Laboratory dealing with age progress have created a current portrait of Monika, taking into account the passage of time – said Jeżak.
If Monika, who disappeared for 9 years, is alive, she is now 23 years old. Its possible current image created by specialists can be seen, among others on the website of the Provincial Police Headquarters in Radom.
People who have information about the missing person can provide it anonymously at the nearest police station or at the emergency number 112, as well as at the KWP helpline in Radom – 0 800 191 902, which is open 24 hours a day.
Search for Monika Kobyłka. What is known about the missing Wola Gałecka?
Monika Kobyłka left the house on Saturday, July 7, 2012. Police were notified of the teen’s disappearance on Sunday. It was established that she was last seen by a neighbor on the day of her disappearance at around 23.00 in the vicinity of the bus stop. She read or wrote an SMS. A few more minutes after 11 PM she wrote a message to her friend. After 2 o’clock the phone stopped working.
Despite extensive searches, it could not be found. No trace was found, none of her belongings were found, and no other witnesses were present. – Investigators analyzed phone logs. Several people were tested with a polygraph. Meadows and fields were searched, septic tanks, barns and abandoned buildings were checked. No result – said Jeżak.
In July 2012, nearly 15-year-old Monika Kobyłka was 168 cm tall, weighed about 50 kg, had long red hair and blue eyes. On the day of disappearance, the girl was dressed in a white T-shirt with a black lettering and a red heart on the front, short blue denim shorts and beige sequined shoes.
Main photo source: Masovian Police