Croatian officer goes missing from ship in Atlantic

Jun 16 2022


Ship's officer Toni Jurišic has gone missing in the Atlantic Ocean, somewhere between the Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago.

Jurišic (35), of Split, disappeared from a ship owned by a Greek company on 10 June. He is a member of the crew, and his disappearance is registered with the Split-Dalmatia County Police Department.

The secretary-general of the Croatian Seafarers Union (SPH), Neven Melvan, confirmed to Hina that Jurišic is an officer, that the SPH was notified on Monday and that they are in contact with the family and the company.

 

 

 

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