MORENO VALLEY, Calif. – A Moreno girl who has been missing for ten days has still not been located despite authorities following all leads provided to them.
Aranda Briones, 16, went missing on Sunday, January 13, 2019, after hanging out with friends. She was last seen near Moreno Valley Community Park, located at 13380 Fredrick Street. The search is a joint effort by the Moreno Valley Police Department, the Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s anti-human trafficking team, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Investigators are asking for any information from the public regarding Aranda’s disappearance. “Acting Moreno Valley Police Chief Dave Lelevier met with Aranda’s family today to deliver hundreds of fliers to pass out to the community in the hopes that someone will come forward with additional information about the missing teenager,” said Moreno Valley Police officials in a release. The Citywide Camera System in the city is being looked at in order to collect any additional information about Aranda’s whereabouts.
Aranda is described as 5’4”, 110 pounds, and has brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a white and blue jacket, a dark colored shirt, and dark jeans.
A Community Tip Line – 951-486-6731 – has been established for anyone with information who could lead investigators to Aranda. Callers can remain anonymous when reporting information.
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