Two teenage girls, who are students at Rolling Meadows High School, are reported missing, according to BG Voice — an online newspaper serving the Bulgarian community in Chicagoland.
Natalie Naskova, age 16, and Velina Shentova, age 18, are reported missing since May 9, 2018. The two female students at Rolling Meadows High School were reportedly last seen at a gas station at New Wilke Road and Algonquin Road. Their phones have been turned off (or lost power), according to family members
Arlington Heights Police Department confirmed Thursday May 17, 2018 confirmed they are investigating a missing persons report for the two girls.
The girls’ parents have asked that anyone with information about the girls to call the Arlington Heights Police Department at 847-368-5300. If the girl’s are recognized in the area, citizens are also urged to call 9-1-1.
Located near New Wilke Road are two gas stations, a Burger King, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, a Fifth Third Bank. Strip malls are located to the west, and a Walmart, Lowe’s, Meijer and other stores are located to the east along Algonquin Road in Arlington Heights and Rolling Meadows.
Natalie Naskova (left) and Velina Shentova, missing Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows — last seen at a gas station at New Wilke Road and Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights.
Velina Shentova (left) and Natalie Naskova missing Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows — last seen at a gas station at New Wilke Road and Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights.
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