UPDATE: Tustin PD locates at-risk missing juveniles; they are ‘safe and healthy’


UPDATE: The Tustin Police Department has located the two missing 16-year-old juveniles in Fullerton. Both juveniles are safe and healthy, the TPD said in a news release Monday afternoon, Oct. 2.

There is no indication or evidence of any criminal activity and both juveniles have been reunited with their families, the news release said.

“The Tustin Police Department thanks all members of the public who provided information regarding the missing juveniles,” the release said.

Here is the original story, posted Sept. 29:

Tustin PD seeks at-risk missing female juveniles; male ‘person of interest’ sought

The Tustin PD is looking for two missing 16-year-old girls last seen with an unknown adult male on social media postings.

Both missing juveniles are considered at risk, the Tustin PD said in a news release late Friday afternoon, Sept. 29.

The TPD responded to a report of a missing 16-year-old and determined she was in the company of a second 16-year-old female, the news release said.

That second juvenile, Leann, has a medical condition that requires her to take medication and also has a history of depression, the news release said.

The teens last were seen on social media accompanied by a male adult whose name and location is unknown.

This “person of interest” may have information that would help the TPD locate the missing girls, the news release said.

Any information regarding the whereabouts of the missing juveniles or the unknown male of interest is appreciated, the TPD said.

If you have any information, please contact the TPD at 714-573-3225.