Police in Paraguay is looking for a German pro family who allegedly abducted their children to avoid getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
A red alert has been issued for the pair, as well as a yellow alert for the two girls: Clara Magdalene Egler, 10, who was reported missing by her worried mom, and Lara Valentina Blank, 11, who is claimed to be taken with her father’s agreement. They’re all Germans.
Andreas Rainer Egler, Clara’s father, and his current bride, Lara’s mother, Anna Maria Egler, are claimed to have landed in Paraguay with the girls on October 27, 2021.
Anne Maja Reiniger-Egler, Clara’s mother, spoke out against her ex-husband at a media briefing in the Court in Asuncion, Paraguay’s capital.
She continued, ” “We want to track them down and return them to their previous lives, where they were content.
“After spending so many weeks in this beautiful nation, I can attest to the fact that Paraguayans have a huge heart.
“Please have compassion for our young ladies and assist us in our search. Thank you so much for everything.
“Clara and Lara are clearly uncomfortable with the scenario. They can’t possibly spend the remainder of their youth on the run.”
She made an appeal to her ex-husband, saying: “Please, Andreas, put an end to this horror.
“This is not a typical day. Please get in touch with us. Girls can’t run away for the rest of their life.”
She appealed to the community for assistance in tracking down the females now that she has made her search for her daughter public.
Lara Valentina Blank, 11, is shown with her father Filip Blank and mother Anna Maria Egler. On November 27, 2021, Egler is claimed to have brought Lara to Paraguay without her ex-husband Filip Blank’s permission.
She stated, ” “That was something we didn’t want to happen. But, eventually, we went public in the hopes of gaining support from the locals.”
According to Sanchez, they were able to locate a location in which the girls and 2 adults were living, but all left when they discovered a search was underway.
“The concealment and non – cooperation of the German community in the locations in which the girls were observed,” the officials said.