Missing: Mother shares emotional message in hopes of finding her daughter
Teenasia Scobey-Polacheck, a 16-year-old girl from Glendale, California, has been reported missing for a week and a half now.
According to the authorities, she went missing on July 1, 2018, after leaving her home on a silver and blue bicycle, and was wearing black spandex shorts and a gray tank top.
Her mother, Annemarie, revealed that the teenager ran away after having her cellphone taken away because of a strange man who kept trying to contact her.
During an interview with WISN, the concerned mother shared that she had been informed of her daughter staying with some unknown people at a Whitefish Bay home from July 1 to July 5.
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She then said that Teenasia had been dropped off at the Boys and Girls Club and that no one had seen her since. Annemarie then made a direct appeal to Teenasia, telling her that she could call them and that they would pick her up in a heartbeat.
Annemarie could barely contain the emotion in her voice as she spoke about her missing daughter, who she claimed to love very much, wanting nothing more than having her back home safe and sound
But the 16-year-old wasn't the only teenager who recently went missing. Louis Germosen, from Long Island, New York, has been missing since June 28, 2018.
The 19-year-old was last seen at his Westbury home, two days before being dropped off by a friend at another friend's house in West Hempstead on June 30, which was he was last spotted.
Susy Bayer, his mother, took to Facebook to share a heartfelt post asking people for help finding her beloved son, who she described as being 'funny, outgoing and a good kid all around.'
Bayer is currently asking anyone with information about her son's whereabouts to please contact her, her husband Luis Germosen or the Missing Persons at Nassau County Police Department.