Lashaya Stine- Colorado- 2016 Jan 24, 2017 4:51:05 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Jan 24, 2017 4:51:05 GMT -5
(Above Images: Lashaya, circa 2016. Photo Credits: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's missingkids.org website)
Missing Child Profile as of January 24th, 2017: (Based on missingkids.org poster)
Missing Since: Jul 15, 2016
Missing From: Aurora, CO
DOB: Feb 8, 2000
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Weight: 150 lbs
TIPS: Anyone having information should call 1-800-THE-LOST or the Aurora Police Department (Colorado) at 1-303-627-3100 (additional contact points mentioned in local news articles)
UPDATE: As of January 16th, 2019, anyone with information on this case can also call "In Pursuit" on the Investigation Discovery channel at 1-833-3-PURSUE and/or submit a tip at the show's website: www.InPursuitTips.com
From kdvr.com (Fox 31 Denver):
AURORA, Colo. — It has been more than six months since a 16-year-old girl from Aurora disappeared.
LaShaya Stine left her house at 2:30 a.m. on July 15 to meet someone, but she never returned. Her family fears she might be held against her will.
“She took nothing,” said Stine’s mother, Sabrina Jones. “Her money is here. Her movie tickets are here. There is no clothes missing. Even her phone charger is here.”
Aurora police chief Nick Metz said police received information that is cause for greater concern, but investigators have not released what that information is.
There is a reward of up to $4,000 in the case.
Police ask anyone who has seen her or knows of her whereabouts to call 303-739-6130 or Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.
Stine is 5-foot-6, weighs 150 pounds, has long black hair, brown eyes and a quarter-size round scar on her chest, police said.
“Nobody just vanishes, you know what I mean? Somebody knows something and they’re just not saying anything,” Jones said. “Somebody has to know something.”
In August, Aurora police released a YouTube video with a message from the investigators and a plea from the teenager’s mother.
“Momma wants you to come home, baby. Whatever it is, we can work it out,” Jones says in the video. “Please, baby girl, just come home.”
“This is a case that is incredibly important to us,” Metz said in the video.
NCMEC link: www.missingkids.org/poster/NCMC/1272949/1/screen
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