15 year old missing from Lansing, Michigan

LANSING, MICHIGAN. JULY 6, 2020. HAVE YOU SEEN ME? ATTEMPT TO LOCATE MISSING JUVENILE. PLEASE HELP. Police in Michigan are sharing the information of a missing juvenile in the hopes that the community at large will spot her and help bring her home safely.

Authorities report that 15 year old Lourdes Elizabeth Stoner was last seen in the 6700 block of Seka Drive in Lansing, Michigan.

She was reported as a missing endangered juvenile on July 6, 2020 with the Lansing Police Department.


Authorities have reason to believe that Lourdes might be in the area of Dell Road and Aurelius Road in Lansing, Michigan.

Lourdes is described as a 15 year old female who stands 5 feet 1 inches tall and weighs approximately 135 pounds.

The map above is where Lourdes was last seen.

Additional information, including hair color, eye color, and a last seen clothing description, was not available at this time.

If you have five seconds, copy and paste this PL8PIC link to social media, make a public post, tag several friends, and use the hashtag #FindLourdesStoner to help this alert go viral. You never know. You might just help save a life.

If you have seen Lourdes or have any information about her, please contact the Lansing Police Department at 517-483-4600 or Detective Brittany Roberts at 517-483-4654.


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