15 Year Old Lauren York Missing Since 4/5/15 in North Ridgeville, OH


15 year old Lauren York has been missing since Sunday, April 5, 2015 in North Ridgeville, Ohio. Lauren York was last seen about 4 AM  in the Rhonda Drive area. She is considered a missing/runaway juvenile. York’s mother, Grace York, realized she was gone when they woke up to have Easter breakfast. York’s mother believes Lauren was last seen wearing a green hooded sweatshirt.

Lauren York_missing

Lauren York – Pic from North Ridgeville Police Department

Grace adds that Lauren – a straight A student who is home schooled – took a backpack, her phone and some other clothing items and left on her bike.

Friends and family helped the Yorks on Sunday by spreading pictures of Lauren online and at nearby businesses.

Grace said she learned her daughter contacted several people through an online chat group and adds phone records revealed she made several calls early Sunday morning.

She told newsnet5.com that investigators contacted the person connected to the dialed number on Lauren’s phone.

Lauren York

If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Lauren York please call the North Ridgeville Police Department at 440-327-2191.

If you liked this post, you may also like these:

  • Indiana Police Find Female Body in Creek … Is it Missing IU Student Lauren Spierer
  • Parents of Missing 20 Year Old Lauren Spierer File Civil Lawsuit against Three Former College Male Students who Were the Last Individuals to See Their Daughter Alive
  • “Find Lauren Day” … Hundreds of Volunteers Turn Out to Search for Missing Indiana University Student Lauren Spierer
  • Reported Arrest Made of Person of Interest in Murder of Auburn Freshman Lauren Burk
  • 16 Year Old Christina Huff Missing Since 4/5/15 in South Philly, PA

  • Comments

    Leave a Reply

    Support Scared Monkeys! make a donation.

    • NEWS (breaking news alerts or news tips)
    • Red (comments)
    • Dugga (technical issues)
    • Dana (radio show comments)
    • Klaasend (blog and forum issues)
    E-mail It