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CANCELLED - Nassau County Authorities Issue Alert for Missing Roosevelt Teenager

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Luz Loja, 15, was last seen leaving her Roosevelt home for school, officials say.

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NCPD are seeking Luz Loja, 15, a Missing Juvenile from Roosevelt.

Photo by: Nassau County Police Department

UPDATE - JUNE 20, 2017 - Police report that Luz Loja has been located.
 
Below is the original report.
 
Roosevelt, NY - June 8, 2017 - The Missing Persons Squad is investigating a missing juvenile that occurred on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:45 am in Roosevelt.
 
According to detectives, Luz Loja, 15 years of age, female, 5’ 3” tall, 95 lbs, was last seen leaving her Roosevelt home for school. Missing Juvenile has a possible destination of the Bronx.
 
NOTE: Luz Loja was previously reported missing and was subsquently found by authorities in May, 2017.
 
Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above missing juvenile please contact the Nassau County Police Department Missing Persons Squad at 516-573-7347 or call 911.  All callers will remain anonymous.