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The Missing of a Los Angeles Teen-She Vanished Almost 20 Years Ago, Says Her Mother’s Fiancé


Laroya Nate Bray, born in 2003, was a tenth-grader. Laroya went to Crenshaw High in Los Angeles, California, although she planned to transfer to Dorsey High. According to the Charley Project, Laroya’s friends and family describe her as being reserved around new people yet extroverted when she’s around them.

Laroya, also known as Lala, lived on the 3500 block of West 27th Street, close to Adams Boulevard and Arlington Avenue, with her mother and the man she was engaged to marry in Los Angeles.

According to True Case Files, her mother’s fiance called her at 5:30 p.m. on March 26, 2003, to say that he had been unable to locate Laroya. Laroya’s mother returned to the house she shared with her daughter at around 11:00 p.m., but she was still not there. She contacted the LAPD to report her daughter missing.

The police have classed Laroya’s absence as that of a runaway

The investigation began with a report that Laroya and an African American man had been seen outside her building. The man was 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and of a mediocre build. The investigation team determined that this information was false.

The LAPD labeled Laroya a runaway, but the reasons why are unknown. The LAPD still lists Laroya as a runaway even though she hasn’t been in touch with them in nearly two decades and hasn’t used her social security number.

As for Laroya Nate, Bray’s height and weight were between 5 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 7 inches tall and 130 to 140 pounds when she vanished. Please get in touch with the Los Angeles Police Department at 213-485-2582 or 1-800-THE-LOST if you have any information.

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