By Erica Morse
Publisher, Victims News Online
Updated 7:40pm CST, December 6th, 2012
It has been just over two months since 14-year-old Citlalli Perez Coronel vanished from Louisville, KY, with a friend. After spending the night at Citalli’s home, the two girls were believed to have hitched a ride to Tennessee. On October 28th, Citalli’s friend was located in Tennessee staying with an unknown woman, and authorities returned the teen to her home in Louisville; however, Citalli has not yet been located, and her family is seeking the public’s help in finding her.
Texas-based C.F.S.I. for Missing Children has two private investigators heading up the search for Citalli, along with volunteers from the organization’s Kentucky and Tennessee regions. Working in conjunction with the Louisville Metro PD, C.F.S.I. State Coordinators Teressa Embry (C.F.S.I/Kentucky) and Richard Mayer (C.F.S.I./Tennessee) are focused on awareness and exposure of Citalli’s photo, as well as coordinating search efforts for possible leads.
“An immense amount time and effort has gone into the attempted recovery of Citlalli Perez Coronel,” said C.F.S.I./Tennessee’s Richard Mayer. “We’re focusing our attention to the eastern section of Nashville but may need assistance from the community to make the recovery possible. We believe she is in extreme danger. If anyone has any information regarding Citlalli, they need to contact one of the private investigators and/ or 911.”
Citalli Perez Coronel is 5’4″, weighing 130 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. It is believed she may be in the eastern section of Nashville, but no recent sightings have specifically confirmed that area. Anyone with information as to Citalli’s whereabouts is asked to call the Louisville, KY, Metro Police Department at (502) 574-7055.