The Spanish police are looking four Romanians who are missing from an area near Sevilla, the NewsIn press agency informs. The Romanians were part of a 31 immigrants group that arrived in Spain looking for work. The group accuses the employer of maltreatment, the Romanian consul in Sevilla, Monica Stirbu, announced on Tuesday.

The four Romanians could be the victims of human trafficking networks. Their job in Sevilla was to pick olives and grapes. Friends say that their employer beat them with swords and forced them to work from 4 am to 11 pm.

The group managed to escape the harsh conditions and called the consulate in Sevilla. However, only 27 of them reached the consulate.