Investigators Say No Clues Found After Examining Missing Sierra LaMar’s Cell Phone and Computer … Missng Since March 16, 2012
The investigation into the disappearance of 15 year old Sierra LaMar continues, but provides few clues. The Santa Clara County investigators have examined the cell phone and the computer of missing Sierra LaMar but claim they have no clues as to why she went missing. They are unable to determine whether she was a victim of a crime or a runaway. However, Sierra LaMar’s cell phone was found on the side of the road less than a mile from her home, in the opposite direction from the bus stop. With no clues found with cell phone records or on her computer as active that Sierra LaMar was with Facebook and Twitter, and the fact that her cell phone was found in the opposite direction from what was supposed to be her way to school, one has to suspect that she was stalked and taken against her will.
Santa Clara County investigators have examined a missing 15-year-old girl’s cell phone and computer but say they have no clues to why she vanished nearly a week ago.
Sierra LaMar was last seen by her family in their home in an unincorporated area near Morgan Hill at about 6 a.m. Friday. Sheriff’s investigators say there is no evidence she was the victim of a crime, but they also say there is no sign she ran away.
On Saturday, a search team found her cell phone at the side of the road less than a mile from her home, in the opposite direction from the bus stop. The phone was in one piece, but forensic examinations of it and of her computer have yielded no information about where she might be, according to the sheriff’s.
The Klaas Foundation joins the search for missing teen Sierra LaMar.
Sierra’s mother has requested the help of Marc Klaas, whose 12-year-old daughter Polly was kidnapped and killed in Petaluma in 1994. He now heads the KlaasKids Foundation.
“We are prepared to offer everything, from support and counseling to full pledged search recovery efforts,” said Klaas. “We will be sending our search director to Morgan Hill to establish a physical presence, a search center.”
Anyone who has any information regarding missing Sierra LaMar, please contact sheriff investigators at (408) 808-4500 or an anonymous tip line at (408) 808-4431, or text (408) 421-6760. People can also e-mail the sheriff’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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