Florida Police search nature Book for missing 21-year-old Girl with Disabilities

Multiple law enforcement agencies are looking to get a 21-year-old girl with autism who vanished from a Florida nature reserve per week ago.

Florida Police search nature Book for missing 21-year-old Girl with Disabilities

Multiple law enforcement agencies are looking to get a 21-year-old girl with autism who vanished from a Florida nature reserve per week ago.

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18 February 2021 Thursday 13:07
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Florida Police search nature Book for missing 21-year-old Girl with Disabilities

Authorities didn't immediately respond Thursday to ABC News's petition for extra details regarding the circumstance.

Bolivar's parents advised Miami ABC affiliate WPLG she left their house about 4 pm daily to catch a bus to go trekking in the nature reserve.

"She is only a character girl. She enjoys birds," her mum, Marycel Bolivar, informed WPLG at a recent interview. "That is her fire -- go look in the birds and the plants and what "

Bolivar has autism, though her parents said she's high-functioning. They stated it's uncharacteristic of her to depart without even keeping in contact and they fear that she might have been kidnapped, based on WPLG.

Bolivar chose a selfie together with her phone at the monitoring tower within the nature reserve and delivered it to a buddy on Snapchat. But she ceased sending or receiving calls and messages that day about 6:15 p.m., based on WPLG.

Authorities could ping Bolivar's phone a couple of hours afterwards, revealing the place to be close Hollywood Beach. But when officials arrived, she was nowhere to be discovered, based on WPLG.

Investigators now do not assume any foul play in Bolivar's disappearance, based on WPLG.

"we would like to guarantee the household, we would like to assure the taxpayers that we are doing everything we possibly can to help locate Noemi," Lata explained.

Anyone with information about Bolivar's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Hollywood Police Department in 954-967-4636 or Broward County Crime Stoppers in 954-493-8477.

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