As Twitchy reported, three Afghan National Army officers who had been training at Camp Edwards on Cape Cod and were reported missing Saturday night after taking a trip to a shopping mall in Hyannis have been found trying to cross the Rainbow Bridge into Canada.

Craig Whitlock of the Washington Post tweets today that those three are not the only Afghan personnel who have gone missing lately.

A few days later?

The Washington Post’s Abby Phillip reports:

This second incident came just days after two Afghan police officers training with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Quantico, Va., disappeared while on a tourism day trip to Washington on Sept. 13. The two men, Mohammad Yasin Ataye, 22, and Mohd Naweed Samimi, 24, were found on Sept. 18 in Buffalo, N.Y., where authorities believe they were trying to reunite with family.