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2 Teens Escape from DYA

Posted: Jul 07, 2018 12:58 PM Updated:

A search is underway for two 16-year-old Department of Youth Affairs clients who have been on the run since 5:00pm on Friday. According to a media release the teenage girls were not in their assigned room at the Cottage Home at 5:00pm. The two were last seen running toward the Mangilao baseball field. An immediate search of the field was conducted. Escape charges were filed with the Guam Police Department.

According to DYA the minors are Status Offenders, which is a juvenile who is charged with an offense not criminal if committed by an adult such as Truancy and Beyond Control.

Description of minors:
1. Female
Age- 16
Height- 5’1” Weight- 115 lbs. Ehtnicity- Chamorro Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown/Black
Minor has a scar on right thigh and pierced ear lobes. Minor was last seen wearing a grey shirt and orange shorts.

2.Female
Age- 16
Height- 4’10”
Weight- 120 lbs.
Ethnicity- Chuukese/Chamorro Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown/Black
Minor has cut marks on left hand.
Last seen wearing a grey shirt and grey shorts.

If you have any information on their whereabouts your are urged to call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-4357 or DYA at 735-5022.

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