Missing Girl, 21, Last Called Mother Saying She Was Going To Die

Zailey Unidad Flores: Missing 21-Year-Old Black Girl In Grave Danger After She Called Her Mom From Tijuana Saying She Was Going To Die

A 21-year-old Black woman who has gone missing may be in grave danger after she told her mother other the phone that she was in Tijuana and she going to die,

The FBI field office in Las Vegas are now asking the public’s help in finding Zailey Unidad Flores, who was last heard from on Jan. 12, the same day of that fateful call to her mother, April Reed, according to NBC San Diego.

Black Woman Missing In Tijuana, Called Her Mother Saying She Was Going To Die Before Disappearance

Zailey Flores is described as a 5’6” woman with brown eyes, brown skin, 140 pounds, who also is known to go by “Luna,” “Uni” and “Zay.”

She frequently charges her hair color, however it’s usually colored brown, black or partially copper.

Flores has ties to a variety of locations, including Detroit, Michigan; Maricopa County, Tucson, Phoenix, Laveen, and Marana, Arizona; the Slauson Avenue and Skid Row areas of Los Angeles, California; Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada; as well as Idaho, the outlet reports.

Distinguishing Factor Revealed By FBI In Hopes Of Finding Her

As for distinguishing factors, she has scars on her left arm and hand, as well as her right wrists with vertical scars on her palms, per the FBI.

What is described as cigarette burn marks cover much of her left and right shins.

Her mother went on to say that he daughter sounded incoherent the last time they spoke.

Reed contacted law enforcement when her family began receiving random messages through social media for very low ransoms of about $750, NBC reports.

Zailey’s Mother Says She Started Getting Ransoms For Low Amounts

Her alleged boyfriend, 43-year-old Ricardo De La Torre, had sent screenshots to her mother of a Facebook page filled with posts about Zailey, and that the person behind the page is the one asking Reed for ransom money.

De La Torre added that he and her daughter had travelled to Tijuana to look at apartments, before she started acting strange and suddenly disappeared.

Reed, who admits her daughter has a history of drug abuse and mental illness, says she has been mostly estranged from Zailey over the last three years.

While her mother says she had pulled dramatic stunts in the past, this situation seemed more extreme she said.

Meanwhile, the FBI is currently involved in the case alongside the U.S. Embassy in Tijuana.


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