Dream Childress, a 14-year-old Detroit teen, has been reported missing since the morning of May 17, 2018. The police are still looking for her, and the family is asking for everyone’s help.
Childress was last seen around the 18900 block of Woodingham, Detroit, and according to her grandmother, it was at approximately 12:30 a.m., when the teenager left but never came back.
|About Dream Childress|
|Birth||November 24, 2003|
|Height||4 feet 11 inches|
Have You Seen Her?
According to the missing posters that her family made, Childress was last seen on Wednesday, May 16 but couldn’t be officially considered missing until 24 hours went by. She is described as young, black (with a brown complexion), weighing between 75 and 80 pounds, being 4’11”, and having black hair with blonde streaks.
She has brown eyes and was born on November 24, 2003. Childress was last seen wearing black-rimmed prescription glasses, white leggings, a black t-shirt, and white Converse shoes.
How Can You Help?
Since she went missing, Childress’ family has been reaching out via Facebook to spread the word, including her older cousin, Reginald Todd. He has been reposting his cousin’s missing poster online, hoping to find any leads. So far, many have been sharing Childress’ photo and the news of her whereabouts, but there as been no luck yet.
Dream Childress is the latest teen to have gone missing in Detroit. One of the most recent missing girls to be reported was Angela Prowell, daughter of Darren and Tameca Prowell. Angela, also 14, was seen getting into a car with a stranger on May 15, and her father saw her walking her dog in front of their house.
Police are still investigating the teenager’s disappearance, but anyone with any information is encouraged to call Detroit police at 313-596-1200.