Gabriella Silivia Flowers, a woman who went missing in West Hollywood has been reported found according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. She was reported missing on Sunday, July 16, 2023. A photo of the 28-year-old woman was circulated via social media platforms and news outlets. She was as a 5-foot-9-inch tall Black/Latino female weighing 125 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes with a Chinese symbol tattoo on her right ankle. She was last seen on June 28, at about 4:50 p.m. in the 8100 block of Norton Avenue, the Sheriff’s Information Bureau reported.
Deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Missing Person Unit announced the following day on Monday evening she had been found. They did not make clear where she was located, nor did they give any. details on her whereabouts after her family reported her missing for almost three weeks.
This story will update as more details are released.
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