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Two men arrested over missing Sandwell woman

Lidia Pascale Image copyright WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
Image caption Lidia Pascale has been in the UK for about a year

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of kidnap over the disappearance of a 26-year-old West Midlands woman.

Lidia Pascale, who is from Sandwell but was born in Romania, was last seen on the evening of 19 November in West Bromwich.

Two men aged 32 and 37, from West Bromwich and Wolverhampton, have been held.

A property in High Street, West Bromwich, has been sealed off while forensic inquiries are carried out.

The missing woman has been in the UK for about a year and stays at addresses in Smethwick and Foleshill in Coventry.

Supt Rich Youds said: "We are increasingly concerned for Lydia's welfare and continue to appeal for help and information concerning the her whereabouts.

"It is completely out of character for her to go missing. She has not contacted her friends or her family."

Police said she was described as a 4ft 11ins tall white woman, slim with black shoulder-length straight hair and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing a black jacket and white jeans.

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