Sunday, May 15, 2011
Our daughter, Katalina, has been missing since Monday, May 9, 2011. She was in a program in Richmond, Virginia. She broke their rules, and when it was discovered was dropped off at the Richmond Greyhound Station with $1.58 in her pocket and a voucher for a bus ticket to Charlottesville, VA--the station closest to home. She had no cell phone. It was 7:30 at night.
The program counselor left a message on our phone at about 7 to call her. We didn't get home from work/meetings until after 8:30 PM. By the time we were able to send someone to the station for us (we live 3+ hours away), Katalina was gone. We were unsure for several days whether she had even boarded the bus to C'ville or not, as she was emotional and unsure she even wanted to come home.
On Thursday surveillance tapes showed she had boarded the bus--which meant she intended to come home--but because the program hadn't made contact with us, there was no one there to meet her.
Did she meet someone on the bus? What did she think when she got off and didn't see her parents waiting for her? Where is she? Is she safe? How could they drop our daughter off at a bus station at night with no money and send her to a place where she knows no one?
These are the questions that plague us.
The Charlottesville Police Department is doing everything it can to find her.
Any help you can provide through prayer or the sharing of this page would be truly appreciated.
If you see her, please tell her that her family loves her, is worried and just wants to know she is all right. Please tell her to call home.
Thank you very much,
Sam and Lisa Mikitarian
Katalina has short brown hair and brown eyes. She's 5'5" tall and weighs 135 lbs. She wears glasses. She was last seen wearing jeans, a brown blouse and flats.
Link to Facebook page FINDING KATALINA
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Thank you for posting this. I followed your lead and posted about the same on my blog. The more we get it out there, the more it's got to help. Who knows who reads our blogs and I know many people are prayer warriors who read our blogs, also.
Praying for the Mikitarians.
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