Still no word
As is detailed here by a relative, a young woman went missing on Saturday on her way to the University of Washington, where she is a student, to meet up with friends;
I just got off the phone with my family.
This is my beautiful cousin, Marizela Perez:
She is a University of Washington undergrad and she has been missing since Saturday afternoon, when she left the Rainier Beach neighborhood headed to the UW Seattle campus. Her parents have been trying to reach her all weekend; she apparently never made it to campus and has not been heard from by phone/Internet. They’ve filed a missing persons report with the Seattle Police Department. Hospitals have been alerted, according to family members, and bus and train routes have been checked. No sign.
Name: Marizela Perez
Date Missing: March 5, 2011, 12:00-12:30 P.M.
Last Seen: Rainier Beach area, heading to UW Seattle campus to meet friends for lunch or study in the UW libraries
Possible Routes: Sound Link Light Rail stations, downtown/Chinatown areas, UW Seattle campus, U-district
Description – Asian female, 5’5” tall, 110 lbs, skinny build, asymmetrical bob with short bangs and brown/red highlights hairstyle, tattoo on left inner arm with the words ‘lahat ay magiging maayos’, last seen wearing denim jeans, light brown suede laced boots, possibly wearing green eye contacts, possibly carrying a plaid backpack with a Macbook Pro laptop, taking medication for depression.
Seattle-area readers, can you please help get the word out — and if you or anyone you know might know anything about Marizela’s (nickname: “Em-Em”) whereabouts, please get in touch with the Seattle Police Department/UWPD or contacts listed at Facebook link above ASAP.
Marizela, if you are able to let your dad and mom know that you are okay, please contact them. You are so loved.
“Lahat ay magiging maayos” is Tagalog for “All will be well.”
May God make it so. Please keep my cousin and her family in your prayers. Thank you.
Yes, that’s Michelle Malkin’s cousin who is missing, and has been noted, this transcends politics. That said, Mrs. Malkin is a sweetheart of a lady (a pit bull on TV with regard to politics), but I’ve had occasion to meet the woman and she is genuinely a good person, and she and her family are in need of your prayers.
Oh, and thanks to my blogging brothers and sisters at our new home Unified Patriots for getting the early word out while I was stuck in a dump truck. I have two daughters, and this hit home. Gave me visions. Bad ones. I hate that.
Prayers to you and yours, sister. A lot of us out here are holding our collective breath.