Family and friends desperately searching for missing 19-year-old Kiera Bergman
A young woman name Kiera Bergman has gone missing a week ago and her family and friends are desperately trying to find her with the help of the police.
Bergman, who is 19 years old, allegedly left her job on the morning of August 4, 2018, but it is yet to be revealed if she ever made it home before disappearing.
According to AzFamily, her family and friends gathered near her home, at the Indigo Creek Apartments, in Glendale, to hold a vigil of hope, where they prayed for her return.
Destiny Hall-Chand, her roommate, co-worker and best friend, said that she received a text from Bergman after seeing her leave the workplace, telling her that she would be meeting a man that she met at a store.
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Phoenix police are still searching for 19-year-old Kiera Bergman, who was last seen at her home last Saturday. https://t.co/A6bsb9fKWi— KTAR News 92.3 (@KTAR923) August 12, 2018
A SUSPICIOUS MOTHER
Her mother, Kiersten Bragg, who traveled from Arizona with her husband to help in the search, said that she didn't believe that that was what happened.
Bragg revealed that she knew Bergman and that her daughter wouldn't just leave her workplace to go meet a random man out of the blue, especially without her purse and ID.
No family wants to ever do this.— Briana Whitney (@BrianaWhitney) August 10, 2018
19-yr-old #KieraBergman has been missing since Aug 4th. She was last seen leaving her Glendale, AZ apt. Today her mom & dad are putting up flyers desperate for any information. Their emotional interview tonight on 3 TV & CBS 5 at 9 & 10 #azfamily pic.twitter.com/yen7Rt5K0s
HER MOOD CHANGED RADICALLY
Bergman moved from San Diego to Phoenix with her boyfriend, whose identity is yet to be revealed, in March, and her parents said that she changed after the move.
My cousin #kierabergman hasn’t been seen or heard from since Saturday. If you live in the #glendale #pheonix #mesa #tempe #arizona communities and have seen her recently please call (602) 495-5009 ASAP. Our family is very concerned, but we are confident she will be ok. pic.twitter.com/JOqtp6Z7H9— Maddy Moss (@maddymoss__) August 7, 2018
The concerned parents want nothing more than to have their little girl back safe and sound, which is why they decided to join the searches. Unfortunately, the Phoenix Police Department still doesn't have any leads.
Bergman was reported missing by Hall-Chand, who notified the authorities after noticing that she didn't go home that night and missed her work shift the following day.
For now, Bergman's family and friends will continue to distribute pamphlets with her picture around town and keep her, as well as all the police officers assigned to the case, in their prayers.