SANTA MONICA — The Santa Monica Police Department has requested the public’s help in finding a missing woman last seen near the Pacific Coast Highway on Wednesday, July 22.
Angelica Torres, 22, is described as having brown eyes and brown hair, with a height of 5’8” and a weight of 110 pounds. She was last seen around 12:30 p.m. on the 1500 block of the PCH.
Santa Monica Police tweeted on July 22 that Torres had been reported missing writing, “Police Seek Critical Missing.”
In California “critical missing” can mean a variety of things, including foul play, the need for medical attention, no previous pattern of running away, and mental illness.
Torres is reported to have a history of mental illness.
SMPD asks anyone with information to contact Detective Tavera at 310-458-2256, Sergeant Williams at 310-458-8475, or the Watch Commander at 310-458-2249.
Canyon News reached out to the SMPD for additional information however no news was presently available.
UPDATE: Torres is no longer missing and has been found.
#SantaMonica Police Seek Critical Missing:
Name: Angelica Torres
Description: Brown eyes & hair; 5'8", 110 lbs
Last seen: 1500 block of #PacifcCoastHighway at 1230am.
Contact: 310-458-2249 with any info.
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— Santa Monica Police (@SantaMonicaPD) July 22, 2020