A Golden Alarm has been given for 12-year-old Fernanda Arias by the Florida Branch of Policing
The young lady has been recorded as a grabbed kid
As indicated by Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the missing young lady was most recently seen on Monday not long before 3 a.m.
A Golden Alarm has been given for 12-year-old Fernanda Arias by the Florida Division of Policing.
The young lady has been recorded as a hijacked kid. As per Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the missing young lady was most recently seen on Monday not long before 3 a.m., in that frame of mind of the 2300 block of Peach Drive in Jacksonville, Florida.
Missing Endangered Juvenile
On Monday, July 3, 2023, just before 3:00 a.m., officers with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a missing and possibly endangered juvenile near the area of Beach Boulevard and Peach Drive. The juvenile left her residence in… pic.twitter.com/tnodBG6uIa
— Jax Sheriff’s Office (@JSOPIO) July 3, 2023
She is a White-Hispanic female, with a level of 4 feet 11 inches and weighing 100 pounds. She has earthy colored hair and earthy colored eyes, At the time she disappeared, she was seen wearing a white shirt and dim jeans.
Officials answered Ocean side Street and Peach Drive to report of a missing youngster. Fernanda was most recently seen leaving her home in a dull shaded vehicle which was depicted as a 2-entryway Honda with a huge back spoiler. Police said that the driver of the vehicle might be a Hispanic man.
The conceivable suspect behind the young lady’s vanishing has been named as Jorge Reyes. His photograph was not quickly accessible. His physical depiction isn’t accessible.
People in general is being cautioned not to move toward both of them in the event that anybody comes in touch. They are mentioned to promptly call policing. One can reach out to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or call 911.