Police seeking help locating 2 endangered missing girls in Las Vegas but are releasing very few details.
According to various news reports, the girls are identified as Denia Santos, 17 and Ines Hernandez, 10.
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The girls have only been in Vegas a short time and do not speak English. They reportedly only speak Spanish.
Denia Santos, 17, was last seen wearing a blue and white striped sleeveless shirt, blue jeans and black shoes. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall, 130 pounds, and has black hair, brown eyes and light brown skin.
Ines Hernandez, 10, was last seen wearing a pink shirt, blue jeans and purple tennis shoes. She is 4 feet 2 inches tall, 40 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes and light brown skin.
The girls were reportedly last seen in the vicinity of Flamingo Rd. and Eastern Ave, in the eastern part of Las Vegas and were allegedly heading toward the Las Vegas Strip or downtown area.
Since information is so scare, it is not clear if the girls are sisters or if Denia is the mother or somehow related to Inez.
There is no information on the Metro Police website, at the time we checked, regarding the “endangered” missing girls.
Endangered can mean a lot of things.
It can mean that the missing person has either physical or mental health issues that put them at risk, it could be a child with Down Syndrome or it could mean that the missing person is at risk without medication. It could be a person who, for whatever reason, might be suicidal.
Relating to kids, it could mean that they have no money, food or shelter and are vulnerable to predators.
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The public is urged to please contact Las Vegas Metro’s missing person detail at 702-828-3111 if they have any information on the 2 endangered missing girls in Las Vegas.