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Police Fear for Missing Teen’s Safety
Published : Thursday, 25 Mar 2010, 3:10 PM CDT
Adapted for Web by Tracy DeLatte, myFOXdfw.com

DALLAS - Homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in finding a 16-year-old girl who has not been seen or heard from since Jan. 24.

According to police in Dallas, Angela Jaramillo’s family reported her missing after she left home to attend a party and sleep at a friend’s house.

She never returned home and has not used her cell phone since then. Family and friends said it is not normal for her and they believe she may be in danger.

Police have not been able to identify the friend she allegedly stayed with.

Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-373-TIPS. Anonymous tips are welcome.


03:43 PM CDT on Wednesday, March 31, 2010
From Staff Reports

Dallas police have found a potential witness shown in video circulated to help locate Dallas teen who has been missing for two months.

Angela Jaramillo The video shows the woman, dressed in pink, at the Little Caesars pizzeria at South Westmoreland Road and Falls Drive on March 25. Another witness told police that the woman said she had recently seen 16-year-old Angela Jaramillo.
Dallas woman hopes new leads can help her find daughter almost four years later

When Angela Jaramillo asked if she could spend the night at a friend’s house after a party on Jan. 23, 2010, her mother didn’t think twice about saying yes.

That was the last time Stephanie Reyes heard from her daughter. But as she counts down to her daughter’s 20th birthday on Oct. 24, Reyes has renewed hope that she’ll find Jaramillo,


In the last month, several people have told Reyes that they’ve seen someone who looks like Jaramillo in west Oak Cliff’s Arcadia Park area, which is not far from where Jaramillo lived when she disappeared.


“She’s an adult. She doesn’t have to go anywhere she doesn’t want to go,” said Dallas Lt. Barbara Hobbs of the Crimes Against Persons Division Special Investigations Unit. “Even if she doesn’t want to contact her family, we can update them, give them some peace of mind that the sightings they’ve been seeing are her.”


“Her little brothers ask me all the time, ‘Can we go look for Angela?’” Reyes said. Jaramillo has two brothers, 6 and 8 years old, and a 14-year-old sister who Reyes said is “really depressed” about the situation.


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