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Santa Elena girl, 16, missing

She left home without saying where she was going

A girl, 16, has been reported missing from Santa Elena Town, Cayo. Wendy Isales was last seen at home with her brothers and sisters at about 7:30 p.m. on Friday, August 2, before she left the house without saying where she was going, and since then her whereabouts have been unknown.

Aura Alicia Isalez, 32, of Santa Elena, told police that about 7:00 p.m. that Friday evening, she left home for work, leaving her daughter at home with her two brothers and two sisters, ages 18, 13, 8, and 4 years.

When she returned home, she was told by her children that Wendy had left the house without telling them where she was going.

Wendy Isalez is described as slim built and about 5 feet tall, and she is of fair complexion. She has long, straight black hair, with round brown eyes, and has a mole on the left side of her chin.

The family believes that Wendy is in the company of a man, 23, whom they know, but this has not been confirmed.

Anyone who sees or knows the whereabouts of Wendy Isalez is urged to contact the nearest police station, or 0800- 922 – TIPS. Her mother is very worried and wants her to return home.

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