Boost this, please!!! I don’t know Shayla but she was in my homeroom- I saw her almost every day. I just found out about her missing status and I’m shocked. Spread the word in any way you can, especially people in Queens and within Delaware County in Pennsylvania!
Hi everyone. My best friend, Quinn Charters (legally, Siera) has been missing since 5 pm on Sunday (Sept 18) I’ve notified the police, and we’re currently working together to find her. A press release is coming out today, but I want to write my own post. She was last seen on her way to the downtown area in Fort Sask. She told me she was meeting up with someone, although I’m not sure if she ever did. She sent me a text at 5:15 pm saying she was sorry and she loved me. I can only assume what she meant to do. Currently, she is still only missing. Quinn is 5'0 and weighs about 100 lbs. She was wearing a baggy black hoodie and dark skinny jeans. If you could please share this so people in the Sherwood Park and Edmonton area can see this and hopefully we can find her. If you know anything, please contact me. My cell number is 7807213556.
MISSING!! Ataui has been missing since Aug. 6 after disappearing near a Midtown nightclub, police said Monday. whose full name is Ataui Deng Hopkins, was last seen near 251 West 48th St., where nightclubs XVI Lounge and The Attic are located, at roughly 11 p.m., according to the NYPD. She was reported missing by her boyfriend, Grant Monohon, on Aug. 16, sources said. He told investigators that the last time he saw her, Aug. 6, she told him she wanted to sleep in a park, law enforcement sources said. Relatives also told detectives that Deng would occasionally take off for a few days, sources said. A man who said he was the owner of The Attic said police had been by but, “we don’t know nothing. She was never here.” A manager there said Grant Monohon (Ataui’s bf) never worked there. Monohon’s Instagram feed is covered with photos of him, Deng and other people partying at The Attic and other nightclubs.
Anyone with any information about Deng’s disappearance is asked to called Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). , or NYPDCrimeStoppers.com or text TIP577 to the number 274637. Or Email FindAtaui@gmail.com
A 14-year-old indigenous girl is missing from Kenora, Ontario Provincial Police say.
Azraya Kokopenace was last seen leaving the Lake of the Woods District Hospital at 11:20 p.m. on Friday. According to police, she was seen going into a wooded area across from the hospital on Lakeview Drive.
Members of the Kenora OPP, the Northwest Region Emergency Response Team and an OPP K9 unit are all searching the area.
Kokopenace is described as five feet five inches tall with a slim build; brown, shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and blue jeans.
The OPP is requesting anyone with information about where she is call investigators at 807-548-5534 or call 1-888-310-1122.
Toronto police are asking for your help in locating a missing 14-year-old boy.
Giles Bennitt-Francois was last seen near Church and Gerrard around 1 p.m. Monday.
He’s described as black, five-foot-seven, with a slim to medium build. He was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black pants with a green camouflage pattern, and light-grey running shoes with baby-blue soles.
Police say they’re concerned for his safety.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-5100 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
Toronto police are searching for a missing autistic teen who was last seen near Victoria Park and Danforth avenues.
Ahmed Mian, 14, was playing basketball around 6 p.m. on Sunday night. He was expected home by 8:30 p.m. but did not return.
Mian is brown, five-feet-three-inches tall, with an average build and short dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeved black shirt with tan horizontal stripes and tan khaki shorts. He had a blue Jansport-brand backpack and black Nike shoes.
Police say Mian has a high-functioning form of autism and say he can speak. Police are concerned for his safety.
Anyone with information can call police at 416-808-4100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
ATTENTION PLEASE: Hi everyone. This is my cousin Victoria. No one has heard from her in quite a few days. She was last seen at the Panamanian border, and is from the United States. We’re all really worried about her. At 18, she has the right “to be lost,” but her immediate family has no idea of where she is or if she’s okay. They said she had sent some distressing text messages around the time they last had contact with her. PLEASE reblog this to get the word out.
In the weeks leading up to the June, 2003 disappearance of five year old LeeAnna ‘Beaner’ Warner, her parents noticed the child exhibiting odd behaviour. One day, she came home with a box of Barbies and doll clothes, but refused to say who gave them to her beyond ‘a little old lady’; she later packed a suitcase and said she was going to live with her ‘new family’. And two weeks before going missing, LeeAnna was found hiding in her closet, saying there were ‘monsters’ outside. But none of this could have prepared the girl’s parents for what was to come: on June 14, LeeAnna walked off to her friend’s house to see if the girl was home. Neighbours saw LeeAnna leave the house upon realising nobody was there, and then she mysteriously vanished without a trace. After draining a nearby lake LeeAnna spent time by, and ruling out a sex offender in the area and a local man arrested on child pornography charges, as well as LeeAnna’s family, investigators concluded the child was probably abducted by a stranger. She remains missing. The photo on the right shows how she may appear today.
Winnipeg police are seeking help in locating a missing 28-year-old woman last seen in Fort Rouge on March 30.
A police statement issued on Saturday described the missing person, Contessa Henderson, as aboriginal in appearance, 5 foot-six inches tall and 160 pounds, with a medim build and long, blonde dyed hair in a pony tail.
Police are concerned for Henderson’s well-being and ask anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact the Missing Persons Unit at (204) 986-6250.