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Latranice Noorington, 43: Last Seen At Work By Family
A mystery out of St. Louis has resulted in a family pleading with the public for help. According to minimal reports, Latranice Noorington vanished from Missouri on November 14, 2022, at approximately 10:00 p.m. The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System states relatives last saw Latranice at her workplace. A later report indicated the 43-year-old worked in retail, but the exact location wasn’t specified.
Melinda Noorington, Latranice’s mother, spoke with reporters about her missing daughter. Latranice is both a mother of three and grandmother of five with a devoted family who has searched effortlessly.
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“I don’t want to think we lost her yet,” said Melinda. “I want to speak life over her that she is alive and alright.” However, it was reported that Melinda believes her daughter is in harm’s way.
“If you have a heart, if you have a mind, I ask God to convict it right now and that you release my daughter to safety,” she further continued. “Her children, not only that, to her family. We love her very much, please let her go.”
Latranice also went missing with her vehicle, a white 2005 Nissan Altima. The Missouri license plate reads CV8C0U. It is unclear if Latranice’s place of business had security cameras documenting her coming and going.
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At the time of her disappearance, Latranice Noorington stood 4 feet 9 inches to 5 feet tall and weighed 120 to 140 pounds. She had black hair and brown eyes. Any distinguishing marks or scars were not included in any reports.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the St. Louis County Police Department at (636) 529-8210 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 22-46207.
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