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Two Individuals Missing in Reykjavík

Anna Nicole Grayson.

Clockwise from left: Anna Nicole Grayson; a man the police want to contact; and Artur Jarmoszko. Photo: Reykjavík Metropolitan Police/Facebook.

There are two individuals missing in the Reykjavík Metropolitan Area. Police are still looking for 26-year-old Artur Jarmoszko, who has been missing since March 1.

Last night, a 29-year-old Icelandic woman, Anna Nicole Grayson, was reported missing. She was last seen in downtown Reykjavík around noon yesterday, according to the police. Anna is 174 cm (5 ft, 8 in) tall, heavyset, with blue eyes and shoulder-length hair. She is believed to be dressed in a brown jacket, pink hooded sweater, trousers with a zebra pattern and rubber boots.

Anna Nicole has health problems, making it essential that she be found a.s.a.p.

Police officers in the capital area held a meeting this morning and reviewed the latest data in the case of Artur. These include computer, phone and bank records. Yesterday’s search for him by rescue workers yielded no results. There is no indication of foul play. The two cases are not related.

Artur is lean, with dark, short hair. He is 186 cm (6 ft, 1 in) tall, with green eyes. He is Polish, but has been living in Iceland for about five years. He is believed to be dressed in a black winter jacket, or a regular jacket, blue jeans and white canvas shoes.

If you have information regarding their travels or whereabouts, please contact the police at +354 444 1000 or send them a private Facebook message.

Finally, the police are asking to speak to a man, pictured in the upper right corner above, in connection with an incident outside the bar Austur in Austurstræti early morning February 11. The man in the picture is asked to contact the police at +354 444 1000. Those who know him or his whereabouts are also asked to contact the police, by phone, a private Facebook message or by sending an email to [email protected].

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