No update in missing teens case

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Left to right: Velma Fulwilder, Harmony Davis, Laina Osife and Annabelle Barrientos.

Editor’s note: InMaricopa originally reported the teens were last seen at the group home Jan. 28, which was information gathered from MPD. However, the teens went missing Jan. 27, and MPD took the report on Jan. 28. 

There are no updates in the case of four missing teens who disappeared last month, according to a Gila River Indian Community spokesperson today. 

Maricopa Police Department Sunday asked the public for help in locating four youths aged 13 through 17 who were last seen at a group home in Maricopa Jan. 27. 

The teens left the home together around 10:30 p.m. that night and may or may not be traveling together at this point, Maricopa police said Sunday. 

Gila River Police Department released social media posts about three of the four missing teens Monday and Thursday. 

“The community has no information to add beyond what’s already included in your [previous] story,” Roberto Jackson, director at GRIC’s Communications and Public Affairs Office, told InMaricopa this morning. 

Maricopa police did not immediately provide an update. 

Arizona Department of Public Safety released more detailed descriptions of the missing teens (photos above): 

Velma Fulwilder 

Age: 17
Sex: Female
Race: Indian
Height: 5’2″
Weight: 176 lbs.
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown 

Harmony Davis 

Age: 14
Sex: Female
Race: Indian
Height: 5’6″
Weight: 205
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown 

Laina Osife 

Age: 14
Sex: Female
Race: Indian
Height: 5’0″
Weight: 114
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
 

Annabelle Barrientos 

Age: 13
Sex: Female
Race: White
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 209
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
 

If you have information on the whereabouts of the teens, please contact MPD at 520-568-3673.