HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Hartford’s mayor and police chief are making a public plea for the safe return of a teenage girl who went missing four weeks ago.
Mayor Pedro Segarra, Chief James Rovella and detectives working on the case will also ask for the public’s help in finding 16-year-old Cristina Ortiz during a news conference scheduled for Wednesday afternoon at City Hall.
Police have been looking for Cristina since she failed to return home from school on May 23. She is 5-feet-1-inch tall and 105 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing blue jeans or a skirt with a black or gray top. She also wears glasses.
Anyone with information is urged to call Hartford police.
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