Thirteen-year-old Asia Alice Lee Mulford was sitting in her mom’s truck, outside their Summerlin home, listening to her newest DVD on the truck’s stereo. She was wearing her pajamas and no shoes.Her mom, Crystal Mulford, was keeping an eye on her going back and forth every few minutes until the last time, when she did not see her daughter and went out to the truck to look closely. The truck’s engine was still running and the passenger door where Asia was sitting was open, but the girl was nowhere to be found.Ms. Mulford combed the immediate neighborhood asking everyone if they had seen her daughter, a little girl in pajamas with no shoes, but no one gave her the answer she wanted. No one had seen her daughter, Asia.The Mulford’s had moved to the Las Vegas area just a few weeks earlier, and they didn’t know anyone yet. Asia is home schooled and had no other friends in the area, so eloping or running away with a school sweetheart was most likely out of the question.In the middle of all this, the police told Crystal Mulford that the child was considered a runaway, that she would have to be gone for ten days before they could take a report, even for a missing person or child in danger.She could not believe what she was hearing from the police, and she could not believe that the police showed no concern for her daughter, turning the conversation around to asking questions about her husband when they learned that this attractive white blonde young lady was married to a black musician.Right away the police were more interested in doing a background check on her husband and asking if he had been in trouble before and where he was working – instead of getting a description of the little girl’s pajamas, or any other object that might help bring Asia back home.The Missing Person fliers had the wrong information about Asia and is misleading, as if it was made that way to intentionally confuse people reading them.Asia is a 13-year-old female who stands 5‘3“ (not 5‘5“ as was in the flier). She never owned a backpack, but the flier says that she may be carrying a backpack with personal belongings. And her bangs are dyed blond, not brown, as the flier states.If you have seen Asia Alicia Lee Mulford, or if you think you may have seen her, please call her mother right away at (702) 689-6728, and call the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department at(702) 828- 2907 and refer to event #130411-3820.Remember that this is not a runaway case; it looks more like human trafficking or an abduction, so please pay attention to anyone around her, and don’t let anyone know that you are making the call. We need to bring her home.
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