Ukrainian Model Goes Missing in Shanghai

By THAT'S, August 15, 2016

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A 21-year-old Ukrainian model has gone missing in Shanghai, according to local news reports and several posts circulating on WeChat.

Dariia 'Daha' Bulba was last seen at around 5 or 6 AM on the morning of August 6 near the Pearl Tower, according to a WeChat post from fellow model Nancy on a subscription account for foreign models (ID: foreignmodel) last week. Bulba is 180 centimeters tall and has light brown hair. According to the WeChat post, she left her apartment that morning wearing a pink dress and carrying a black bag before she disappeared. 

According to the post, both local police and the Ukrainian embassy are currently investigating the disappearance. Nancy has asked people with information on Bulba's whereabouts to message her privately on WeChat (ID: nancyshv). 

More updates on this developing story as we receive them.

[Image via WeChat]

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