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The search for two-year-old Danka Ilić is still ongoing, and the Croatian Ministry of the Interior has issued a plea to citizens to come forward with any information they may have regarding her disappearance. Danka went missing in the Banjsko Polje settlement in Bor, Serbia on October 26. She stands at 85 cm tall with brown hair and eyes, and was last seen wearing an olive green jacket, purple pants, and black tennis shoes.

Authorities can be contacted through Croatian police at phone numbers 01/3788-754 or 192. The Republic of Serbia Police activated the PRONAĐI ME (Amber Alert) system for the first time on March 26, in an effort to quickly inform the public about missing minors. With Danka still missing, the Serbian police are urging anyone with information about her whereabouts, movements, or disappearance circumstances to come forward.

The Croatian Ministry of the Interior is assisting the Serbian authorities in the search for Danka by activating her profile in the National Register of Missing Persons. Details about Danka’s disappearance can also be found on the Interpol website. The community is urged to be vigilant and report any information that may lead to finding Danka and reuniting her with her loved ones.

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