AURORA, Colo. — Three years after a young teenage girl went missing, Aurora police have released an age progression image of what she may look like now.
Lashaya Stine went missing around 2:30 a.m. on July 15, 2016 in the area of E. Montview Boulevard and Peoria Street in northwestern Aurora.
Stine was 16 when she went missing and would be 19 now.
When she went missing, Stine was 5 feet, 7 inches tall and about 150 pounds. She had long black hair, brown eyes and quarter-sized round scar on her chest.
In the days after she went missing, her mother Sabrina Jones told Denver7 that she believed her daughter would come back home because she left her phone charger and wallet, and did not pack any clothes. Jones said her daughter was an honor student and was expected to start a job shortly after she disappeared.
In a video police released in August 2016, Stine was seen walking down the street by herself.
Within the first six months, her mother said they had several tips, including some about Stine with an adult male and younger female. But they didn’t lead to any other information.
If you have any tips on where Stine may be, call the Aurora Police Department at 303-739-6165.