The family of Juana Isela Morales, 41-year-old woman who has been missing for over a week from Northeast Portland are crying out for help in finding her
The 41-year-old was last seen on Monday, September 20, 2021, at about 9p.m, in the Hazelwood neighborhood, near Northeast 128th Avenue and Northeast Hassalo Street.
What is Morales’ family doing to find her?
Her family is bringing in vital information to find her as they are carrying out their own search.
They joined forces with her friends and formed a big search team that is going through East Portland in search of the missing woman.
According to Miguel Garcia, her brother in-law, she hasn’t reached to any family member and her is not with her.
Who is Juana Morales?
Morales is a mother of 3 who leaves with her husband in Portland
The family spokesperson Garcia sad Morales is so good that she will “give you the shirt off her back.”
“She always wanted to help people,” he said. “So whether it was monetary, they needed shelter if they needed food, whatever it is that they need.”
Who are the Children of Juana Morales?
We haven’t been able to get the names of the 3 children of Morales but their ages have been provided which are 18, 15, and 11-year-old.
Cause of Juana Morales disappearance
It is actually bleak to us right now why she left in such abrupt manner. Hence her family and police are still looking for answers to the so many questions surrounding her disappearance.
Garcia said, “What exactly caused her to just leave on foot and leave her wallet behind and her phone behind, which are important things to be carrying, we don’t exactly know at this time.”
What is the Portland Police doing to find Morales?
The Portland police who are concerned about the safety of the missing mother are sourcing and following all necessary leads to find the woman, though no lead was available as at Tuesday According to the Portland police spokesperson Lieutenant Nathan Sheppard.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or share any relevant information with the email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention case number 21-264183.