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PoMo woman went missing on cruise

Fariba Amani, a 47-year-old Port Moody woman, went missing on a cruise off the coast of Florida. - FACEBOOK PHOTO
Fariba Amani, a 47-year-old Port Moody woman, went missing on a cruise off the coast of Florida.
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A Port Moody woman has gone missing while on a cruise off the coast of Florida.

Fariba Amani, 47, was reported missing from the Bahamas Celebration ship on Feb. 29 after the ship returned from a two-night trip between Grand Bahamas and the Port of Palm Beach, Florida, according to media reports.

Her boyfriend, said to be Ramiz Golshani, says he last saw Amani at 1 a.m. before he headed to the casino. When he woke up later that day she still hadn't returned. He reported Amani missing when the ship docked.

Crew members searched the ship but did not find her. The U.S. Coast Guard called off its intensive air and sea search after two days.

The Port Moody Police are assisting the FBI's missing person investigation.

More details to come.

spayne@tricitynews.com

 

 

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