Slide show: 10 missing Southern Arizona children - Tucson News Now

Slide show: 10 missing Southern Arizona children

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Click on the slide show below to see the stories behind 10 missing Southern Arizona children.

Here is further information on each missing person:

Isabel Celis: She was last seen at home at approximately 11:30 p.m. on April 20, 2012. Isabel is missing one top and one bottom tooth.

Jane Doe: Unidentified female homicide victim between the age of 17-21 was found on November 25, 1987 in Marana, Arizona. The victim was white or light skinned, possibly of Hispanic or of Native American heritage, with a gap in her front teeth and an overbite, otherwise she appears to have had good dental care during her life. She was approximately 5'3 and 138 lbs. The victim had brown hair however the hairstyle indicated in the reconstruction may not have appeared the same in life. The victim was wearing several layers of clothing which may have indicated that she was an endangered runaway and not from the Marana/Tucson area. The victim was wearing a hooded "Members Only" jacket, denim jacket, black denim jeans, a grey sweater, plaid flannel shirt and white "Etonic" shoes.

Karen Grajeda: She was last seen playing outside in front of her apartment complex on West Valencia Street in Tucson. She has dark brownish-black hair and her right front tooth is larger than her other teeth. She has pierced ears and was wearing a gold chain with a pendant on it.

James Hendrickson: He was 12 years old when he was last seen. James has a scar on the top of his head near his hairline. Foul play is suspected.

Danielle Pitcher: She and her mother, Dorothy Pitcher, were last seen walking to a store two miles from their home. They have not been seen or heard from since.

Randy Parscale: He was last seen hiking in Peppersauce Canyon when he became separated from his family. His full name is Randy Doyle Parscale, Jr.

Ephram Richeson: He was allegedly abducted by his father, Jonathan Richeson, on October 22, 2007. A federal warrant for International Parental Kidnapping was issued for Jonathan on October 20, 2008. They may travel to Mexico, Ecuador, or other locations in Central or South America. Ephram is Hispanic and White. Both Ephram and his father are bilingual; they speak English and Spanish.

Alicia Scott: She may still be in the local area. Alicia has scars on the left side of her forehead and on her stomach. She has a birthmark on the back of her neck. Alicia may go by the nickname Leisha.

Heather Silver: She has a scar on her right cheek. Heather was last seen wearing jeans and a blouse.

Jose Henriquez-Diaz: He was last seen on June 3, 2007. Jose has a scar on the right side of his forehead.

Information provided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

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