Family of Unsolved Missing Teen Asks Public for Help
The family of Adrianna Garcia raising funds for two Highway Billboards and in need of donations.
photo courtesy of LostNMissing Inc
According to Karen Ranoni, Media Spokesperson, she says, "Due to the length of time this child has been missing, it is vitally important that the public recognize that she is still missing and that law enforcement need leads regarding her disappearance." She further added, "The best way is through recognition and awareness. Someone may hold the vital information needed to find Ms. Garcia. Tips can even be requested to remain anonymous." The billboards will be visible for a minimum of 4 weeks - 6 months.
Garcia disappeared while walking to a friends home on December 29, 2004, at the age of 15 years old. Today she would be 26 years old.
Marianne Garcia, mother of Adrianna, says "The pain of missing my child is overwhelming. Every day, I wonder if she is safe, warm and well? Other days I fear the worst and cannot bear to think that something may have happened to my daughter and that those who may know would put our family through this torture." She exclaimed, "Why? How can anyone carry this secret for 11 years and not speak up?" Garcia then quickly added, "I can only pray she is well and cannot reach us. Just like those Cleveland girls, because I know my Adrianna would never avoid making contact."
Those who wish to donate can do so at https://www.gofundme.com/br7rssp4
Anyone with information on the disappearance of Adriana Garcia may contact the Creek County Sheriff's Office, Deputy Jeremy Plane, at 1-(918) 224-4964, or your local police. Please refer to case number 11-012 .