DETROIT (CBS) – Detroit police and family members are looking for the public’s help to find a 16-year-old girl who disappeared Tuesday evening.
Jazmaine Loving was last seen on May 15 at around 7 p.m. in the 20000 block of Fenmore in Detroit.
Her mother, Akua Hughes, said she took her daughter with her to the grocery store after school that day. After talking on her cell phone for a minute and helping to put the purchases away, Jazmaine changed out of her school uniform and told her mother she was going to the park a few blocks away.
Hughes told CBSDetroit.com, “I said, ‘You know to be back about the time the street lights come on?’ And she said, ‘Yes I do.”
But Jazmaine never came home. Hughes said she looked for her daughter at the park, but couldn’t find her. She hasn’t answered any phone calls or texts.
Hughs said it’s not like Jazmaine to run off. “She would never ever do something like this … never,” Hughes said.
Jazmaine is 5’-5″ and weighs 215 lbs with a dark brown complexion, brown eyes and multi-colored red, brown and black hair. She was last seen wearing black glasses and a short-sleeved black jacket with a hood. She was carrying a black purse.
Anyone who has seen Jazmaine is asked to call the Detroit police at (313) 596-5600.