Lost daughter.

@lynboobsy11 (11346)
Philippines
April 22, 2012 8:50pm CST
I was chatting with my friend who lives in the middle east with her hubby and youngest son. They manage to left their other 3 kin who is 21, 18, and 15 because their still in school. Actually they lived in the big city where I came, she is asking me If I saw her 15 year old daughter who said that after graduation in high school last March 28, left their house and went here in my town. I told her I did not, but my youngest daughter told me that she knew that she was here someones friend told her too. They were worried because they can't contact her and no cellphone either. I was worried too because lots of crime are every where. I just promised her that I will try to ask our friends and try to look it here in my town. So far the last time we talk was last week on my update today still they don't know what happened to her daughter. I just told her why if she come home first and she is the one to find her daughter, the two of her children it seem no care for finding their sister. She can't answer me if she will have to take a flight she still in two minds. But if I were in her place I will go as soon as possible. Her daughter was lost and it seems they are so calm.
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• United States
23 Apr 12
Perhaps they know the daughter can take care of herself and it is more of hurt feelings then worry about the child. I would go find her personally though.
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
That's what I'm trying to say to her that she must have to go back here and book a flight right away, but it seems she can't decide. I already talked to her other child who is on the city and try ask some information but it seems they never cared for their sisters.
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@Hatley (164671)
• Garden Grove, California
23 Apr 12
lyn then perhaps the girl got mad and run off which is all the more reason to have authorities looking for her before she gets herself in trouble.
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
yes i agree with stowyk,You make sur that your daughter is safe before going anywhere else.
@carmelanirel (20979)
• United States
23 Apr 12
Wow, that is scary, I hope your friend finds her daughter soon..If only she had a cell phone to let her family know what was going on...
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
I really hoped that, she don't have any cellphone on where we contact her, I told my daughter to ask the one who texted her if she saw her but my daughters friend did not answer her back.
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• United States
23 Apr 12
Wow, keep us updated lyn, and I will pray for this girls safety. I think if I was her mom, I would in a panic by now..
• United States
23 Apr 12
M daughter left a week ago for four days. I was at the police station and driving around looking for her. she was with her man and not even thinking of calling home. she may be alright just doing something stupid..
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
That what's I thought so, maybe she is really hiding for her family and doing some stupid things with her friends or boyfriend, did she not care that her parents are worried about her.
@Hatley (164671)
• Garden Grove, California
23 Apr 12
oh my lynboobsy if I was that mom I would be tearing the world apart trying to find that girl. I w uld have been scared sick for her safety and if I were told she was in your city I would be there as soon as possible and getting the police busy looking for a runaway child or a missing child or which is horribly possible, a murdered child.Why is she in two minds when all signs show something is wrong whether the girl fled with a boyfriend or she met with foul play? I just do not understand that holding back at all. My God 15 is too young to just do nothing, shes too young to marry, and too young to know how to escape from an evil man. Somebody some law establishment should be out looking for her now.How could they be calm about it?
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
I don't know it seems I'm more worried than she is, I keep calling to our friends if they already saw the child or if they knew some news but they did not seen her anywhere in the town.. I don;t know if she had a boyfriend she's my daughters friend too but not too close.
@jaiho2009 (39021)
• Philippines
23 Apr 12
They can send or ask the elder kid to look for the missing one. If that happens to me- I can't stand there waiting for any news. I will surely get the first available ticket and flew back home. That is my kid who is missing- and no contact either :xxx
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
24 Apr 12
I already talk to her elder sister still they have no news about her, I told them to keep in touch with me. I'm trying to reach for the mom this morning and I'm still waiting for her reply.
• United States
23 Apr 12
That sounds sad. If it were my child i would be doing every thing i could to find her. I don't know what to think about this. But they must have a reason to act the way they are.
@johndur (3049)
• Pasig, Philippines
23 Apr 12
i hope their daughter is fine...its really very hard for a parent to lose contact on their daughter one of them should go there and try to look for her...
@savypat (20247)
• United States
23 Apr 12
This sounds very dangerous to me. 15 year old girls, are often very passionate and not very wise. Their hormones have a large hold on their lives and the choices they make may have a cost for the rest of their lives. If she were mine, I would be searching big time for her.
@bunnybon7 (35900)
• Holiday, Florida
23 Apr 12
omg, yes there is crime agaist young girls every where. they are even more vulnerable then any one. i would be gone to your area or where ever she was seen last right away. i wonder why she doesnt have a cell phone? most young girls especially away from home have them. wonder why she didnt have a travel partner. this dont sound good at all