Sarah Gonzalez is Missing Again
Courtesy of Jubilee Gonzales
UPDATE NO. 2, MARCH 29, 9:24 A.M.: Sarah Gonzalez was found safe at Union Station in Los Angeles, according to her family.
UPDATE NO. 1, MARCH 11, 9:30 A.M.: There are no new updates to Sarah Gonzalez's whereabouts, but there are some more photos being released by her family in hopes someone spots her, including the image above. Click below for the new missing person flier:
Have you seern Sarah Gonzalez?
Santa Ana Police Department
ORIGINAL POST, MARCH 10, 11:56 A.M.: Sarah Gonzalez is missing.
If that sentence and/or the photos above seem familiar, that is because the Santa Ana resident was also reported missing in November.
She was found several days later in Pomona and was returned safe and sound to her loving family.
Gonzalez walked away from her family's home in the 1000 block of East Russell Street on Wednesday, according to the Santa Ana Police Department, which adds she often uses the Orange County Transportation Authority bus system and took with her $300 and a passport.
"Sarah has told her mother she was 'tired of life,' however has never attempted suicide," reads the police advisory. "Sarah is described as calm and extremely reserved. Gonzalez has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and is prescribed several medications."
She is described as a Latina, 5-foot-8, 205 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Here is the flier from the last time she went missing:
The flier from last time.
Courtesy of Alejandra Gonzalez
If you see her, contact police Investigator Velarde-Reyes at 714.245.8393, the Santa Ana watch commander at 714.245.8701 or dispatch at 714.834.4211. You can also contact Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855.847.6227 (855-TIP-OCCS), via occrimestoppers.org or by texting to 274637 (C-R-I-M-E-S) from a cell phone. (All text messages should begin with the letters "OCCS".)
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