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News Release Monday, March 23, 2009
Detectives Seek Help to Find Missing 44-Year-Old Woman
UPDATE Follow-up media calls/inquiries about this case to LAPD Hollywood Homicide Division should be directed to 213-972-2910. Please do not call the number originally indicated below.
A news conference at which Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) detectives will ask for the public’s help in locating a missing person, 44-year-old Lesley Herring
Tuesday, March 24, 2009 10 a.m.
Ms. Herring’s Condominium Complex Residence
2700 Cahuenga Boulevard East
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(Parking available on Cahuenga, north of the entrance)
Captain Beatrice Girmala, Commanding Officer, Hollywood Division
Lieutenant Beverly Lewis, Commanding Officer, Hollywood Division Detectives
Detective Chris Gable, Hollywood Division Homicide Unit
Lyle Herring, husband of Lesley Herring
Aash Pforzheimer, sister of Lesley Herring
Homicide Detectives will be requesting the public’s help in obtaining any information as to the whereabouts of Hollywood resident Lesley Herring. Her sister originally reported her missing after discovering she had not shown up at her job for several days. The preliminary investigation revealed that her vehicle and all her personal effects were located at her place of residence.
Lesley Herring was last seen on February 8, 2009, by her husband, Lyle Herring. Homicide Detectives believe Lesley is missing under suspicious circumstances. Anyone with information should call Homicide Detectives at 213-972-2915.
A photo of the victim and her husband will be on display.
For further information, please contact LAPD Hollywood Division detectives at 213-972-2915 or LAPD Media Relations at 213-485-3586.