Update: Rebellious teens from Stonyhurst College found in run down apartment 22 января 2014, 13:13
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The Dominican Republic Punta Cana. Photo © World Super Travel
The rebellious teenagers Indira Gainieva and her boyfriend Edward Bunyan were found by the police of the Dominican Republic, Tengrinews reports citing The Telegraph. The couple escaped from the Stonyhurst College in the UK to the Dominican Republic on January 13. The school officials discovered the disappearance of the teens only when they did not show up for their classes. The teens told their friends they were fed up with the rainy and cold weather in Britain. They were adventurous enough to escape from the rainy weather to the sunny resort in the Dominican Republic. But probably they were not smart enough as the police tracked the teens through the credit card payments. Indira paid for the Occidental Grand resort in Punta Cana with her credit card. But the couple escaped from the resort when they read on the news that the police was tracking their credit cards. However the police was able to locate the rebellious teens in a rented rundown apartment. A spokesman for Lancashire Police said that the teens would be returned to the UK soon. The parents of the teens arrived to the Dominican Republic to find their children and ensure “minimum ado and publicity”. After the return to the UK the future of the rebellious couple will be determined. The principle of the boarding school said it is too early to talk about the future plans. Both of the teenagers are from well-off families. Indira's father Ravil Gainiyev, 50, lives in Kyzylorda in southern Kazakhstan. He owns a network of drug pharmacies in Kazakhstan and neighboring Russia. Edward's father used to be in top management of several companies, but he died in 2007. His mother lives in Canada.
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