Serbian man goes missing in Copenhagen

Robert Torma has not been seen for a week

Robert Torma, a 34-year-old Serbian national who travelled to Copenhagen on June 6 has not been seen since the evening of June 11.

Torma weighs about 96 kilos, is about 180 cm tall and has brown hair with some gray at the temples.

Torma, who is married with two children, flew to Copenhagen from Budapest to look for work. He is married and has two children.

One of Torma’s friends has made an appeal for help on her Facebook page.

Torma’s family is asking anyone with any information to contact the police.





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