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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Santa Cruz: Missing at Midnight - 15-year-old Los Banos girl #Found

Update: #Joy Santa Cruz Police located missing Priscilla Maldonado around 12:30

Her dog has not yet been located, last seen in the beach area at 5 am: The dog is a white and grey Terrier wearing a red sweater and weighs about 20 lbs.

A 15-year-old Los Banos girl is missing after attending a New Year's Eve celebration at the Clocktower in Santa Cruz on Friday night, Santa Cruz Police reported Saturday.
Priscilla Maldonado
Updates: SCPD Nixle: https://local.nixle.com/alert/4484222/?sub_id=253435

#Joy around 12:30- Santa Cruz Police located missing Priscilla Maldonado, Her dog has not yet been located, last  seen in the beach area at 5 am: The dog is a white and grey Terrier  wearing a red sweater and weighs about 20 lbs.1145- Still missing
0600- Officers spotted the dog without Priscilla in the beach area around 5 a.m. Saturday. The dog is a white and grey terrier wearing a red sweater. The dog weighs about 20 pounds.

Who: Priscilla Maldonado, Priscilla is 5 feet tall and weighs about 100 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, a silver shirt and black jeans. She does not have a history of running away.

Where: was with her family Friday night at the Clocktower in downtown Santa Cruz. When the fireworks started at midnight, the family's dog took off running down Water Street toward the courthouse. Priscilla chased after the dog.
Priscilla has not been seen or heard from since about midnight. She is not familiar with the Santa Cruz.

What: "We have a team of investigators in searching the parks, levies, beaches," said Capt. Steve Clark on Saturday morning.
Her parents did not return home, Clark said, and they are still in Santa Cruz.
"They're with one of the investigators over at Kinko's making fliers to distribute," he said.
Priscilla Maldonado Missing Poster
The fliers are being distributed on major thoroughfares he said including Mission, Ocean and Water streets. He also said officers were checking all businesses that operate 24 hours where she may have sought shelter from the rain.
If anyone has seen Priscilla, the Santa Cruz Police ask residents to call 9-1-1.

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