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Police in Chimbu are appealing for information from the public regarding the kidnapping of two women and four children mid last month.
Police say the women, accused of practicing sorcery remain missing, while the children aged between one and five years have been return to their grandparents in their village, about a half day by road out of Kundiawa town.
Provincial Police Commander, Superintendent Albert Beli told NBC News this afternoon, the six were kidnapped at Bundi camp in the Morobe capital Lae and taken to Woinima village in the Salt Nomane District.
Mr Beli says, several men in four 10 seater vehicles picked them up on the morning of 20th August, kept at a security yard and then transported to Chimbu in the early hours of 21st August.
"They are no way to be seen from this date of reporting.
"The general view of the police and the people at the community now is that they've been presumed dead and of course buried.
"I have tasked the rural police station commander attachment in Salt Nomane Gumine with a few members to look into the matter.
"My call out now is to any citizen of the Chimbu community and also the Papua New Guinea if you know of the whereabout of the two women that I'm talking about then their names are Silia age 22 and Dolly age 21," Mr. Beli said.

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