Corporate Private Detective Claes Ekman, Walhallen Europadetektiv, has been retained by the parents of Jiayi Yang, aged 26, from China. Ms Yang, a medical student at Aarhus University in Denmark, disappeared after visiting Norway and Sweden a few years ago. Her passport and personal belongings were found in her student room. Please contact us, email@example.com, or tel +46(0)730983700, if you have seen Ms Yang. There is a reward from her parents.
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Sent: Friday, November 15, 2017 06:59 AM
Subject: Fwd: Mystery / Enigma / Riddle with missing Chinese women in Sweden / Denmark / Norway.
Subject: Mystery / Enigma / Riddle with missing Chinese women in Sweden / Scandinavia.
MISSING CHINESE GIRLS – WOMEN IN SWEDEN/ SCANDINAVIA EXCEED 240 PERSONS!
Ms Jiayi Yang - Private Detective Claes Ekman
Corporate Private Detective Claes Ekman of Walhallen Europadetektiv AB, https://www.private-investigator-walhallen.com, has been retained by the parents of Jiayi Yang (picture enclosed). Ms Yang, aged 26, who studied medicine at the University of Aarhus in Denmark, visited Norway and Sweden in September of this year, and has not been heard of since the 19th of that month, her passport and personal belongings found in her dormitory.
Mr Ekman, a seasoned private investigator, who specialises in searching for missing people, says: “There is a pattern with over 240 Chinese women missing in Scandinavia during the last few years,” see http://www.expressen.se/nyheter/94-barn-ar-forsvunna, and as always guaranteeing results, he finds this challenge irresistable.
Many sources imply the Chinese women end up abroad, suggesting among other countries Ireland, Portugal, USA and Saudi Arabia.
Mr Ekman states: “I accepted this case on a pro bono basis, costs covered, as I sense there are many lurking disasters around the corner. We will go to the bottom of this, even if that means the bottom of the South China Sea, stirring up some pretty big fish. Deep waters do not have to be still. You learn in my business there aren’t any rules; you are dealing with infinitely variable factors – the human heart and mind."
(You may use the attached photographs as you wish, and we will keep you updated of the mission, its solution and consequences.)
Stockholm November 2017
PS. Even Michael Fassbender states after finishing his latest success movie – The Counselor: ”I had no idea that so many young girls actually disappear - completely vanish - before shooting this film." Ipso facto.