Norma Lopez Abducted?

By Madhusmita, Gaea News Network
Sunday, July 18, 2010

MORENO VALLEY ( Norma Lopez, 17, of Valley View High School has been missing since Thursday while coming back from school to her home situated in the 27000 block of Cottonwood Avenue in Moreno Valley. Her class regularly gets over at 10 a.m. and on Thursday after her class she had plans to meet her friend and her sister Sonja Lopez at home. The police suspects that she has been abducted while going back home as the officials found out signs of struggle in the field which she used to take as a shortcut. However, the police has not elaborated anything more about it.

Norma Lopez’s sister informed police and pleaded them to find out as they could not contact her for a long time. The sister of Norma Lopez broke into tears in the press conference when she requested her sister if she was watching it to come back home and assured her that her family was not “mad” at her for anything. Her sister also added that the family misses her and needs her. The Police states that Norma Lopez has never been in trouble or a run away.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Sgt. Joe Borja said that Norma Lopez was not a “runaway” and also addressed the missing girl asking her if she was watching the news conference to call back to the police or her own family if she had not been “taken” as they were worried about her. The Police along with the FBI is investigating this missing case and this case has now been included in the National Missing and Exploitation Children database. The day Norma Lopez went missing, she was wearing a black tank top with flowers, dark blue pants and dark sandals. The 17 years old girl is described as “Hispanic”, having brown hair and brown eyes, 5 feet 7 inches tall.

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