Last week, locals in the Panama jungle found bones, which now appear to belong to Lisanne Froon, one of two girls who went missing in the Central American country several months ago.
The remains of two soldiers from the Second World War have been found in the Overdiepse Polder on the Maas river in Brabant. The Salvave and Identification service from the Army has announced this today. The bodies were dug up on Friday.
It has taken 21 years to finally put an end to the mystery of the vanishing of Tanja Groen. Groen disappeared on the 1st of September in 1993. Now, medical draughtsman Rogier Trompert, has discovered human bones in the Gronsveld in Limburg, the Algemeen Dagblad reports.
The remains found in the forests of Panama last Thursday belong to Lisanne Froon, one of the Dutch girls who, along with Kris Kremers, disappeared in the Central American country in April. DNA investigation determined the identity of the remains in a forensic laboratory in Panama City, the family has been notified, the NOS reports.