Find Missing Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero! ***(UPDATE: FOUND, NO LONGER MISSING)***

Missing Teen Girl, Missing Under Unknown Circumstances, Holiday Disappearance, New Case

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Find missing Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero!
IT was very early in the morning.
IN fact, it was in what we call
The “wee hours of the morning.”
And it was on a very early Christmas Day morning.
Yesly vanished and was never seen again.
What happened? Where is Yesly?

Find Missing Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero!

Find Missing Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero!

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance. They seek public help in locating 15-year-old Yesly Michelle Elias-Romeo. Yesly was last seen in the 1400 block of N Street, Northwest. This incident occurred on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, at 1:30 A.M. The incident was reported on Friday, December 28, 2018.

Yesly Michelle Elias-Romeo, is described as a Latino female of Hispanic origin. She is described as having a light complexion. Yesly is 5’5” in height and 100 pounds. She has brown eyes and long brown hair. Yesly was last seen wearing a gray jacket, blue jeans, and red shoes. It is unknown what Yesly was doing when she was last seen, who last saw her, or her mode of transportation. She is missing under unknown circumstances.

Find Missing Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero!

Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero has apparently been missing before. She went missing in earlier 2018. Her current disappearance began on very early Christmas Day morning. At a time when most people are sleeping in bed, Yesly somehow vanished. And she did so on the most major holiday. Did someone approach Yesly before then? Did they groom her and lure her to vanish without notice, to meet them? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) involved in her disappearance?

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Contact Information

Have info? Please contact the Youth and Family Services Division at (202) 576-6768. You can contact the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) at: (202) 727-9099 or (202) 715-7300. You may contact the anonymous Tip Line at: (202) 727-9099. This number is manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Callers may request to remain anonymous. It is the Command Information Center. You may anonymously TEXT the MPD Text: 50411. Give 5-0 the 411 with the new Text Tip Line: 50411. Text messages are monitored by members of the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips are then analyzed and passed on to the appropriate unit or division for follow-up. Because the tip line is anonymous, the sender will not receive a response to the original message. Message and data rates may apply.

Public Bulletin Number: 2018-MP-12282018 Ref CCN: 18-219866

This press release confirms the current disappearance of Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero. Click here to learn more.
Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero apparently went missing before, earlier in 2018. Click here to learn more.
Yesly Michelle Elias-Romero has a Metropolitan Police Department profile. The above image and information are courtesy of this profile. Click here to view it.

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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site,, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site,, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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