Michael Millis is living life in fendi outlet emotional limbo as he campaigns for the truth to come out about the fate of his beautiful blonde girlfriend who went missing in Marbella last September. The London-based club entrepreneur had been dating Latvian receptionist Agnese Klavina, 30, for about a year when she disappeared after moving to the Costa del Sol in May last year, seduced by the prospect of spending a summer in the sun. She and Michael, 39, spoke most days on the phone and so when he didn't hear from her for a few days at the beginning of last September he grew increasingly concerned. "I called friends of hers in Spain who went to the flat she was staying at and saw her car outside but didn't get an answer when they knocked on the door," he recalls. "I called the police to try to file a missing persons' report but they said I had to come to Spain." Michael duly flew out on September 11 and, together with Agnese's mother, sister and friends, began what has turned out to be a long and drawn-out campaign to highlight her disappearance and appeal for help. "We went to the police station to report her missing, put up posters that I'd organised in London and had friends of replica handbags uk hers in Marbella print off, and retraced her lastknown steps so we could talk to people who might have seen her that night. "Her mum and sister were obviously very worried then and they're totally distraught and heartbroken now knowing as they do that something terrible may have happened to Agnese. It's a very difficult time for them. They're a very close-knit family." Their efforts have so far come to nothing but a police investigation resulted in two British expats appearing in court last Monday. Both refused to answer any of the judge's questions, however, pleading their legal right to remain silent. So what do we know of the details of a case that has gripped the coast dubbed the Costa del Crime? On the evening of Friday September 6 last year Agnese donned a multicoloured halter-neck dress, picked up her favourite large white Louis Vuitton handbags and headed out for a night on the town."I think the UAE is a big market [for luxury products]. The UAE accounts for 30 per cent of the [luxury ]market of the GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council]. There is a lot of burberry replica outlet local demand and from tourists as well," he said. "The Middle East has the highest per capita spend on luxury in the world - $1,500 per capita on average," he added.
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