Police, Families Search For Missing Women In Santa Ana - New York News

Police, Families Search For Missing Women In Santa Ana

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Three Santa Ana women have suddenly vanished. Their families are desperate to find them and they're turning to the public for help.

Kianna Jackson went missing on October 6th. Two weeks later, Josephine Monique Vargas disappeared.  In November, Martha Anaya suddenly vanished.  All three women are from Santa Ana.  Their families fear the worst. They think the women could be victims of human trafficking.  Priscilla Silva Vargas is begging for her daughter's return, "I just want at least a phone call. I just want to see her. Somebody has to know something."

The families of these women have been posting flyers all over Orange County. They say their loved ones would have never left on their own.

Santa Ana Police issued the following statement:"The investigation is still ongoing and detectives continue to follow-up on leads.  Missing person bulletins have been distributed throughout the county and detectives have been in contact with the families of all three missing women."

If you know anything about these missing women, contact the Santa Ana Police Department at 714-245-8665.

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