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    MS - Jael Monserrat Villegas, 16, Meridian, 14 June 2017

    The mother of 16-year old Jael Monserrat Villegas says her daughter was last seen June 14.

    Her mother says she left Villegas around lunch time that day to go to their family-owned store on Poplar Springs Drive and hasn't seen her since.

    The family doesn't believe Villegas ran away from home. None of the teen's personal items or clothes are missing.

    http://www.wtok.com/content/news/Tee...431623623.html


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    Missing teen's family offers $10,000 reward

    The family of a missing Meridian teenager will do whatever it takes to bring their daughter home.

    16-year-old Jael Villegas has been missing for 24 days now. Her family says she was last seen at home on June 14th. When she suddenly disappeared.

    Her mother says Jael didn't take any of her personal items or clothes, and they don't believe that she simply ran away.

    http://www.wtok.com/content/news/Mis...433192803.html

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    I hope they find Jael soon. She is now listed at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children:

    http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1300896

    I used to live in Meridian and I thought is was a very nice town.

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    Where's Jael?: Meridian family searches for answers in their daughter's disappearance

    The last time they saw their daughter, Vianey and Ezequiel Villegas let her sleep in on Wednesday, June 14 instead of asking her to help out at La Tienda Mexicana, their small grocery store in Meridian.

    But their anticipated call from 16-year-old Jael (pronounced Hi-Elle) asking her parents to pick her up from home never came. When she didn't answer her phone, the couple searched the area, thinking she may have gone to the movies.

    The next day, the Villegas asked the Meridian Police Department for help. Language barriers and confusion over the process led to frustration.

    The Villegas are legal immigrants and have lived in the United States for two decades, but they avoid speaking English, preferring their native Spanish. Jael, who speaks Spanish and English, provided most of their day-to-day translations at the store, helping with accounting and permits.

    Much more at link-
    http://www.meridianstar.com/news/loc...29f05b9fa.html



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