The Search for Molly Reyes; Las Vegas Teen Missing Since May 18

Police and family members of Molly Reyes are desperately looking for the Las Vegas teenager who hasn’t been seen or heard from in over a week. This is the latest on the investigation, and search.

Details on Molly Reyes’ Disappearance

15-year-old Molly Reyes was dropped off at Firefighter’s Memorial Park on May 18, at approximately 5:20 p.m. by her father, Geovany Reyes. Molly was going to rehearse some dance parts for a quinceañera which, in Latin American culture, celebrates a girl’s coming of age.

At approximately 6:00 p.m., Molly called her dad to be picked up, and told her friends that he was on his way. By the time her father arrived at 6:30 p.m., Molly disappeared.

Molly Reyes Missing

Molly Reyes (Photo: Help Find Molly Reyes/Facebook)

According to her parents, there were no family issues with Molly, and no reason why the girl would run away from home. Efforts to find Molly by tracking her iPhone has yet to have any results, as it appears that her phone is powered down.

Searching Everywhere

The Reyes family began to organize the search for the 15-year-old. They went to nearby businesses with security cameras to see if there might be footage of Molly leaving the park. They have also been handing out fliers along the way. Her disappearance was reported to Las Vegas Police and the Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

In addition to traditional methods, the family set up a Facebook page to help keep people updated with the search efforts, and any new information that comes in.

Important Information about Molly Reyes

Molly Reyes was born on October 1, 2002. She is a Hispanic female with black hair, and brown eyes. She is approximately 5’6″, and weighs somewhere between 137 and 145 pounds.

Molly was last seen wearing a white shirt, and pink pants. Her last known location was in Firefighters Memorial Park near Torrey Pines Drive and West Oakey Boulevard.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Molly Reyes, you are urged to call police at 702-828-2907, or 702-828-3111.


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