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Baltimore County Police Department share information about missing children last seen in various locations around the county

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Over the past 36 hours the Baltimore County Police Department has shared information about three missing children (12 year old, 15 year old, and a 14 year old) last seen around different parts of the county. Here are the details and social media posts (date on links to Facebook and embeded post from X/Twitter):

February 23rd: #CriticalMissing 12-year-old Storree Graham (5’7 110lbs). Last seen in the Perry Hall area wearing a red/ black pants (plaid), Gray/ blue hooded sweatshirt with the word “Pimlico”. Anyone with any information is asked to call 911 or 410-307-2020. #HelpLocate #BCoPD

February 23rd: #CriticalMissing 15-year-old Sairy Morgan-Hernandez (5’7 130lbs). Last seen in the Essex area wearing glasses, unknown clothing description. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 410-307-2020. #HelpLocate #BCoPD

February 24th: #CriticalMissing 14-year-old Natalie Perdomo (5’5 112lbs). Last seen in the Dundalk area wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with pants and black crocs. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 410-307-2020. #BCoPD #HelpLocate

This is just a recent view of the posts about missing children last seen in Baltimore County. You can go back through the social media posts from BCPD (see links below) for additional reports.

 

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