Noemi Gonzalez: Missing from Miami

UPDATE:  10/19/14 –  

Noemi has been missing for 8 months now! We continue to pray for some news soon. 

 
CBS ran her story earlier this week on the 8 month mark of her disappearance and Miami Dade Crime Stoppers Case Files will rebroadcast the episode on Noemi’s disappearance this Sunday, October 19th at 12:30AM EST.    Please spread the word.
 

From Liz Gonzalez: 

“Peter D’Oench of CBS4 Miami ran an exclusive story during their 5:30pm newscast yesterday on the Crimestopper Case Files episode outlining Noemi Gonzalez’s disappearance and it was their top story!  The show will air on Sunday, 8/24/14 at 12:30am on CBS4 Miami.  Here is the video link to the broadcast: http://miami.cbslocal.com/video/10493778-exclusive-disappearance-of-noemi-gonzalez-to-be-profiled-on-crime-stoppers-case-files/

The Gonzalez family prays that the airing of the show and exposure will provide us with the tip(s) we need to find Noemi.  We thank you and/or your organization for your support during this difficult time and pray for good news soon.  
Please share this information to EVERYONE and ANYONE who is able to see the show.  We need their help.”


UPDATE: 3/23/14  The family is offering a $6,000 reward for information that leads to her whereabouts.

 Noemi Gonzalez has been missing since Feb. 12, 2014.  She was last seen at the 400 block of NE 136th Street, N. Miami, Fl. 

NM Police report# 2014-5215
Detective G. Frederick 305-891-0294

“Noemi’s son, Pedrito, discovered she was missing when he woke on Wednesday, 2/12 to find that she was not in their home.  She went to sleep at 10pm the evening before.  Upon awakening at 8am that morning, Pedrito found that her bed was unmade (which is unusual for her), pocketbook, cell phone and medications still in the house and the front door of the home was unlocked.  She suffers from epileptic seizures and cardiogenic syndrome and requires daily medications.  She never leaves the home without informing her sister or a family member of her whereabouts.

Naturally, our family is devastated at just the thought that something terrible has happened to her.  We are offering a $5,000 reward for any information that will help us to locate her.  Family members are distribute flyers and looking for Noemi every day.  She is the youngest of twelve children in a very close knit family whose strong values and religious beliefs were instilled by their wonderful mother. Noemi has a lot of her traits and is a fighter. I am confident that she will find her way back to us.”

Here are some links on stories from local Miami news networks:

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2014/02/17/family-offers-reward-for-information-on-missing-n-miami-woman/ <http://miami.cbslocal.com/2014/02/17/family-offers-reward-for-information-on-missing-n-miami-woman/>

http://www.wsvn.com/story/24744348/family-of-missing-epileptic-woman-offer-5k-reward
<http://www.wsvn.com/story/24744348/family-of-missing-epileptic-woman-offer-5k-reward>

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