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UPDATED: Police Seek Public's Help In Finding Missing Teen

Jenny Guadalupe Neri, 19, has dark hair and was wearing a white shirt, gray sweat pants and sandals when she was last seen.

Jenny Guadalupe Neri   Photo/Riverside County Sheriff's Dept.
Jenny Guadalupe Neri Photo/Riverside County Sheriff's Dept.

UPDATED AT 4 p.m. AUG 30: Authorities say they still need the public's help in finding a 19-year-old Perris woman who went missing earlier this week.

Jenny Guadalupe Neri was last seen Tuesday in the 2000 block of Yucateca Street in Perris, according to a report from Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Ryan Hoxmeier.

"Through the course of our investigation, we determined she might be traveling to churches or missions in Riverside or San Bernardino counties," he reported. "She may be staying at a shelter in the area. There is no indication of foul play at this time."

Neri has dark hair and was wearing a white shirt, gray sweat pants and sandals when she was last seen.

According to an updated sheriff's report, Neri was last seen Tuesday, Aug. 27 at about 4 p.m. by her brother. She was leaving the neighborhood on foot. 

As reported by the family, Neri suffers from a mental health illness. She has prescribed medication that is not in her possession, and she has no financial means to support herself, no vehicle and no cell phone, according to the updated sheriff's report.

Anyone with information of her whereabouts was urged to contact Investigator Justino Flores from the sheriff's Perris Station at (951) 210-1047.--City News Service and Toni McAllister contributed to this report.


SA August 30, 2013 at 11:22 AM
She is 19 ...
Joseph Morabito August 30, 2013 at 01:15 PM
I hope she turns up safely... but referring to an adult as a "teen" is disingenuous.
Lake Elsinore Mom August 30, 2013 at 01:52 PM
I hope she is ok but I'm a bit confused. On Riverside County Press Release it states "voluntary missing adult" and no foul play is reported. Why are authorities involved?. Sounds like she wants to do her missionary/church work.

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