Sierra LaMar has been missing since March 16, 2012 when she was last seen on her way to high school. She never made it. Since then here cell phone was found and now police say that they found the teenagers pink bag with clothing inside. The police say that the items were found Sunday at 1 pm near the intersection of Laguna and Santa Teresa in Morgan Hill about two miles from the girl’s home. The pink bag was discovered off to the side of the road as if tossed from a vehicle. The map below shows where Sierra LaMar’s cell phone and bag were found in proximity to her home and school.
Police have found a bag and clothing belonging to Sierra LaMar, the Northern California teenager who has been missing for almost seven days.
The 15-year-old was last seen Friday morning as she headed off to school from her Morgan Hills home.
Police found the bag on Sunday but didn’t release that information until Thursday, because they had to confirm it belonged to Sierra, Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jose Cardoza said. They made the find near an intersection two miles from her home.
Cardoza said her Juicy brand bag contained a neatly folded pair of pants and a T-shirt, but that the evidence provided no clues about whether Sierra was abducted or ran away.
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So what does this discovery mean for the case of missing 15 year old Sierra La Mar? The confirmation that the bag and belongings do belong to Sierra LaMar still does not provide positive evidence that her disappearance was the cause of foul play or a runaway. It really can’t be a good thing that investigators would find Sierra’s cell phone and pink bag with clothing on the side of the ride tossed out like the trash.
Cardoza said a pair of pants, a shirt, a bra and a pair of underwear were neatly folded inside a Juicy brand purse. It was not clear if they were the clothes Sierra put on the morning she was last seen or if they were something she brought along with her. He said they contained no forensic evidence that pointed to a crime or a person of interest in the case.
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