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Julia Trejo: Parents of missing 15-yr-old Las Vegas girl ask for help in search as she could be in 'danger'

Julia's parents William Trejo and Autumn Trejo are spending all their time canvassing neighborhoods in North Las Vegas, where someone might have seen her
Julia Trejo of North Las Vegas has been missing since a week (Family handout)
Julia Trejo of North Las Vegas has been missing since a week (Family handout)

NORTH LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Julia Trejo, a 15-year-old teenage girl has been missing for a week in North Las Vegas and her parents are requesting help from the public. She has been not seen since Friday, September 16 near Commerce Street and Ann Road around 5.30 pm, and her family is worried that she is in danger. 

“We are not complete without her,” Autumn Trejo, her mother said. She further stated, “It’s hard for me to walk through the house, and not see her there.” Both her parents William and Autumn are currently spending all their time checking around their neighborhoods if someone would have seen her.


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Samantha Potts of Missing Justice said, “This is very troublesome, We would like to find Julie.” Missing Justice is a non-profit dedicated to finding missing people and reuniting them with their friends and family. Samantha further added that cases like Julie’s are often classified as a "runaway," by North Las Vegas Police. She further stated that while about three-quarters of teens who’ve left home return safely such situations require extra time and attention. “They are absolutely endangered,” she explained. “Because they may have run away and linked up with the wrong people.”

The parents believe that they will be able to bring their child back and encourage anyone who may know something to bring their family as one again.“Las Vegas, please bring our baby home,” William Trejo concluded. 

Similarly, in Australia, Police have urged people to help them find two teenage girls, who have been missing for days from Australia’s Sydney. The girls have been identified as 13-year-old Clarissa Venter and Madison Wells, 14. As per reports, they were last seen at school on Castle Street, Castle Hill, New South Wale at around 3 pm on Tuesday, September 13.

According to the police, the two teens should be together. The Daily Mail reported that they “are thought to be in the Sylvania area of southern Sydney but could also be at several nearby shopping precincts.” While Venter is described as someone of a slim personality and between 140cm and 150cm of height, Wells’ height is reportedly between 160cm and 170cm.

NSW Police Force said, “Clarissa is described as being of Caucasian appearance.” It also adds that Wells too is of “Caucasian appearance” who "was last seen wearing navy school uniform shorts, a navy and light-blue rugby hoodie and white sneakers" and “anyone who may have seen Clarissa or Madison – or who may know of their whereabouts – is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.”