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Detectives Ask for Help in Finding Missing Teen

Kristina Diaz, missing minor.Detectives from the Youth Investigation Bureau asked Tuesday for the community’s help in finding a missing minor who was last seen about 11 p.m. Sunday at her family residence in Estate Whim.

Kristina Diaz is 16 years old, 5 feet, 5 inches tall and about 150 pounds, according to the release from the V.I. Police Department. She has a light complexion and shoulder length black hair.

Anyone who has seen Diaz or knows where she might be is urged to contact the Youth Investigation Bureau at 340-712-6029 or 340-712-6046, or by calling 911.

Anyone found to be harboring this missing minor, assisting her to evade police or persuading her to stay away from home can face criminal charges, the department said.

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Detectives Ask for Help in Finding Missing Teen

Detectives from the Youth Investigation Bureau asked Tuesday for the community’s help in finding a missing minor who was last seen about 11 p.m. Sunday at her family residence in Estate Whim.

Kristina Diaz is 16 years old, 5 feet, 5 inches tall and about 150 pounds, according to the release from the V.I. Police Department. She has a light complexion and shoulder length black hair.

Anyone who has seen Diaz or knows where she might be is urged to contact the Youth Investigation Bureau at 340-712-6029 or 340-712-6046, or by calling 911.

Anyone found to be harboring this missing minor, assisting her to evade police or persuading her to stay away from home, can face criminal charges, the department said.

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