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Virginia Njeri Muchoki was last seen on Thursday in Heidelberg Pfaffengrund / Photo: Mkenya Ujerumani

Missing Kenyan woman found in Heidelberg

The Kenyan woman reported as missing last Thursday in Heidelberg has been found.

Virginia Njeri Muchoki, who was reported as missing after she failed to pick up her daughter from the nanny, was found yesterday. The 32-year-old woman showed up at the police station after she read the reports her family and the police were looking for her, according to Mkenya Ujerumani e.V.

Police are yet to release information on where Ms Muchoki was and why she didn’t pick up her daughter at the nanny’s.

The family of Ms Muchoki is grateful to readers for sharing the story in the African community which led to her showing up.

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