AMBER ALERT: Charytie C. Castro

On Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, at about 9:09pm, Police responded to a missing person incident located in Koblerville Housing 11.

UPDATE FROM DPS: At about 10:12am today an anonymous person called 911 reporting the missing girl is walking in Koblerville. Police recovered Charytie Castro and brought her home where she is being interviewed as to her whereabouts the past few hours. Charity is now at home with family.

Castro, age 15, did not return home from the day before, Nov. 8, 2017.

Police learned that Castro was last seen leaving her house (K-11) by her mother at around 3pm, Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8, 2017. Castro told her mother she was going to a friend’s (female, 15 years old) house located nearby on Tinaktak St., Koblerville. Castro’s mother told her to be back home before dark.

At 10:12pm, that same night, Castro’s older sister, 16, received a text from Castro saying she will be sleeping overnight at her friend’s house.

The next day, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, Castro’s mother learned from her older daughter, 16, that Castro did not attend school (Saipan Southern High School) that day.

Family members attempted several times to locate and contact Castro but got no response.

Castro is described as approximately 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 120 lbs, with dark, curly, shoulder length hair (half-cut style), wearing a dark green sweater and a pair of blue shorts.

Police confirmed that Castro never visited or slept over at her friend’s house or attended school on Thursday. (PR)

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