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News Release
Tuesday, February 6, 2001
Media Relations
   
   
Juvenile Reported Missing

 

Los Angeles - On Monday, February 5, 2001, at 8:15 p.m., fifteen-year-old Paula Sewell was reported missing. Paula is a female Black, 5’06", 115 lbs, medium complexion, and medium build.

According to the minor’s mother, Betty Sewell, Sewell spent the night at her friend’s house on Tuesday, January 30, 2001. The minor was to return home on Wednesday, but has not been seen by her friends or her mother. It is believed that the minor came home on Wednesday and Thursday, while her mother was away, and took clothing and money.

Any information regarding the whereabouts of the minor should be forwarded to the Southwest Division Watch Commander.

Any media that would like to interview the mother of the missing child can call her directly at 323-733-9123. She is willing to provide photos of her child for the media from her home.

This information was provided by Southwest Juvenile Officer Gloria Covington, 213-485-2585.

This Press Release was prepared by Officer Danielle Lee, Media Relations Section, 213 485 3586.



     
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