Appeal from the mother of Denise D'Arró, a missing girl in Taormina: come home, I don't know how to help you


By John

Great apprehension in Taormina for Denise D'Arró, the 17-year-old girl who has been missing for a week. After a few days of silence, Maria Furnari, the young woman's mother, launches an appeal: «Denise come home, I don't know how to help you, what I can do, you know that I love you with all my heart. I just want to help you. And if anyone, please, maybe knows where she is, please let her come home. You don't know what Denise's problems are. Please bring her home, that's all I'm asking of you.”

The girl, who will turn 18 on June 5th, left her home on May 2nd. The family filed a complaint with the police yesterday. The firefighters started the search, in particular in the area of ​​the Santa Venera stream that runs alongside the hamlet of Trappitello, where the girl's home is located.

A fire brigade base camp has been set up in the upper part of the hamlet, in the area where work is taking place for the construction of the railway doubling. The hope is that the girl, who brought her little white dog with her, can be a guest of friends.