Glendale police seek public help to locate missing 11-year-old girl Aelaf Fatthi who vanished from school

 Aelaf Fatthi was last seen leaving her school premises and the police are not considering it a kidnap case as of now.


                            Glendale police seek public help to locate missing 11-year-old girl Aelaf Fatthi who vanished from school
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An 11-year-old girl has gone missing in Glendale and the police are seeking public help to locate her. Aelaf Fatthi, the girl, was last seen leaving her school premises on October 2 afternoon. She was seen with a friend going in the opposite direction to her house, east towards 73rd and Missouri. 

According to a statement by the Glendale police, the child's height was 5 feet and she weighed 120lbs. She had brown eyes, black hair and was last seen wearing a pink and white sweater, jeans. She also carried a dark red backpack. She was last seen at 12:15 pm. 

Officers and other friends and family have been looking for her. According to reports, the police don't think this is a kidnapping case at this point in the investigation.  

Anyone with information is asked to call the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000.
 

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