Information was supplied by law enforcement and describes only current, active reports of missing persons in the Phoenix-metro area and other cities in Arizona.
If you have any details on the whereabouts of these individuals, please contact your local police department or sheriff’s office.
For missing persons cases from 2023, click here.
Left to right: Annabelle Barrientos, Laina Osife, Harmony Davis, Velma Fulwilder
Annabelle Barrientos, Laina Osife, Harmony Davis, Velma Fulwilder, all teens, were last seen on Jan. 28 after leaving a Maricopa group home, the police department said on Feb. 4. They left the home around 10:30 p.m.
On Feb. 21, Maricopa PD said Laina and Annabelle were found, but Harmony and Velma remain missing.
"MPD has reason to believe the other two teens may be in the area as well. MPD is continuing to work with our GRIC law enforcement partners to ensure the safety of all four teens."
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Maricopa Police Department at 520-568-3673.
Lucas Enos (Courtesy: Salt River Pima-Maricopa Police Department)
Police with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Police Department say they are looking for 17-year-old Lucas Enos. He was last seen leaving his home on Dec. 11, 2023 within the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Enos is described as 5'7" tall, weighing 155lbs, with brown hair and black eyes. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call Salt River Police at (480) 850-9230.
Braonain Dakota McGinnis
Braonain Dakota McGinnis was last seen in Anne Arundel County, Maryland on December 21, 2023. On January 3, Arizona DPS troopers found his red Hyundai Accent sedan off US 89A between House Rock Valley Road and Jacob Lake, not far from the scenic viewpoint on the highway. The Coconino County Sheriff's Office stated, "The vehicle appears to have been there since December 30, 2023 It is believed Braonain could be traveling on foot."
Detectives do not have a known destination for Braonain and are asking anyone with information about this case to call CCSO at 928-77404523 or 1-800-338-7888.