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Missing Teens Sought in Leesburg Area

Loudoun Sheriff asks for help locating girls last seen Jan. 9 near the county’s public safety center along Sycolin Road.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has issued a request for help locating three teenage girls who were last seen near a county facility last Wednesday.

According to the LCSO press release, they “left a county facility on their own accord” on Jan. 9.   

The three girls were last spotted near Meadowview Court in Leesburg, which is near the Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center and the Loudoun County Youth Shelter, among several other county facilities.

The teens are believed to still be in the Leesburg area, according to a press release from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.

Descriptions of the three are as follows:

  • Evelyn Diaz –14, Hispanic female, 5-foot-3, 104 pounds, black hair, brown eyes
  • Stephanie Thomas – 16, white female, 5-foot-3, 125 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes
  • Zandi Englebrecht – 14, white female, 5-foot-6, 135 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes


Anyone with any information about any of these teenagers is asked to contact Detective A. Harper at 703-777-0475.

abc 123 January 15, 2013 at 09:31 PM
how can you be so sure?
Tazie January 16, 2013 at 02:39 PM
Until they are safely returned home, I'd stay away from labeling these children as "trouble makers". The full facts of the case are still unknown.
Shellie January 16, 2013 at 03:43 PM
lol
baby gurl January 16, 2013 at 06:26 PM
ok that is wrong Stephanie Thomas was NOT missing since the 9th because she was in school on the 10th so they need to get their facts right!!!!!! she is my friend and i cant believe something would happen like this!!! but good thing they found her and hope she is safe!!!!
Donnmaria Tucker Killinger January 19, 2013 at 12:33 AM
If these 3 teenagers were in a juvenile detention center and walked away, why did it take this long for the information to be made public? No matter what the reason was for these 3 underage girls to be at this center, adults are responsible for their safety, besides knowing where they were at all hours. How did these 3 teenagers walk away without their disappearance being notice at a bedcheck, breakfast, whatever on the day or night they walked away. Someone was not doing their job. It took 8 days for a public announcement; did it also, take 8 days for their parents or guardian to be notified? Come on, a lot can happen to anyone missing 8 days. Let us pray the girls are safe and pray for their anxious families too. No m atter,

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