- The Dutch community in southern Spain massively share the message about the disappearance of the girls through social media. Everyone lives with the parents Fiona Lucas and Sam Bruijs, and wants nothing more that the girls are reunited with their families as soon as possible. 'Search and divide people. We still have to find faster! '
That says decorator George Marjot, who lives in Marbella, on his Facebook page. And Transavia pilot George Mommersteeg says, 'To all my friends in Marbella: keep a sharp lookout!'
More and more Dutch people who are in Malaga on holiday, know the story. 'We heard it yesterday,' said a woman from Brabant that has gone a long weekend with a group of six friends. 'We were talking about this morning at breakfast. Even my girlfriend thought here that they saw them. Nel yet? '' Yes, 'said her friend. 'I shouted: Sam', but in the end she was not anyway. 'The women try to think:' Have they not taken the boat to Tangier? '
Malaga draws at this time of year especially older visitors, but on the beach also hang a number of groups of young people. 'No, we have not seen them,' say a few girls from Poland. An English girl reacts worried: 'I heard Dutch in my hostel there is already talk about. If we know something, we report it! '
Meanwhile, it is unclear whether the girls have been in Marbella. According to the family in the Netherlands that is the case.\n \n \n advertisement
But according to the newspaper Opinion de Malaga have not left the girls Málaga city. The Spanish newspaper says relying on sources within the Spanish police. That would not confirm the report.
The Spanish Civil Guard also shares the call to search the girls via Twitter.
Taxi drivers at the Alameda in downtown Malaga crowd around the picture of the missing girls. 'It's not true, right? Que sucio 'what terrible. They have not seen them, they say, 'but we're going to look now. '
The owner of Hostal Playa Bella Vista in Malaga yesterday already hung a picture of the girls at the front of her hostel. 'It is not normal that I do. We help where we can. '
Pepe Alvarez look at the picture. He read the news of the missing Sam and Femke yesterday in the local newspaper, he says. What does he think of it? 'Those are just nice girls without parents want on vacation. Have they left their mobiles at home? Of course, they can not be getraceeerd. But I understand that parents are worried. I hope they will be found quickly. '