The family of two who disappeared from Amundsen High School on Friday are asking for information leading to their safe return, and they were out Wednesday evening to publicize the disappearance.
Izebella Deleon and Sujeily Zepeda, both 15 years old and both sophomores of high school, were last seen at Ravenswood School on Friday and have not been heard since.
“I just want you to come home Bella,” said Misti Bijarro, Deleon’s mother. “Please, I miss you so much.”
Lovers of the two girls met on the corner of Lincoln and Foster on Wednesday and distributed flyers to residents and business owners.
“We hope that she is fine, but we have neither received a word nor a text message. No social media, no communication, ”said Antonio Trejo, Zepeda’s father.
The parents of two missing 15-year-old girls from the Ravenswood neighborhood of Chicago ask for help finding their daughters the day before the Thanksgiving holiday. Vi Nguyen from NBC 5 reports.
Details of what happened are little known, but Chicago police said the two girls are considered high-risk missing persons due to the circumstances of their disappearance.
Deleon is 5 feet 4 inches tall and is named “Bella”. Zepeda is 1.65 m tall and was wearing a gray jacket, pink pants and white shoes when she disappeared.
For now, the families of both girls are praying for their safe return.
“We’re trying to get this message out so everyone can see and find it and get the message across,” Bijarro said. “My worst fear is that I will find her dead on the street.”