Aurora Police investigators and the FBI are looking for a house on Tuesday morning in connection with the disappearance of a then young girl who has been missing for four years.
#APDAlert With our continued #FindLashaya efforts, officials, with the assistance of @FBIDenver, are Lansing at 2200 after receiving a lead and investigating. All updates will be here.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact @CrimeStoppersCO for a reward of up to $ 15,000. pic.twitter.com/VhJ3kcApNK
– Aurora Police Dept (@AuroraPD) November 10, 2020
According to police, Lashaya Nae Stine was last seen on July 15, 2016 at 2:30 a.m. in the area of East Montview Boulevard and Peoria Street in Aurora. At the time of her disappearance, the Aurora Police Department Internet Crimes Against Children was involved in the search.
On Tuesday, the police and the FBI raided a house on the 2200 block on Lansing Street, west of Peoria Street and north of East Montview Boulevard in north Aurora.
In August 2019, Aurora Police and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children released an age-appropriate photo of the missing girl.
“Our family remains confident that we can find Lashaya and bring her home,” her family said in a statement released by police on Tuesday afternoon. “Aurora Police Department has been working on this case since the day she went missing, and we thank them for following every lead. We believe someone in the community has information about where they are. If you know anything, please get in touch. “
Anyone with information on the case or whereabouts of Stine is encouraged to contact @CrimeStoppersCO. In that case, there is a reward of $ 15,000.