Missing Person California Leah Rose Altmann
Feb 26, 2018 – The mother of Leah Rose Altmann told CBS Los Angeles that she came to LA from Florida to speak with the authorities on her daughters case.
“They put different detectives on her case now. They’ve just upped her status to critical high risk and they did take my DNA,” Santamaria said.
Has Leah been found?
UPDATE 12/29/17 – Has Leah Rose Altmann been found? No. Earlier today there was a post and photo of someone that looked similar to Leah. A post stated she was located living off Lake Hughes exit ramp in Castaic and she was lost and confused.
Leah has not been in contact with family or friends. She did not call her mom on her mom’s birthday. She has made no financial transactions or been on social media.
Leah is in the sound and audio industry and likes to travel, and been known to stay in hostels. She has never been out of contact for this length of time. Her phone goes to voicemail.
The band, Seven Factor posted, “Our keyboardists is missing. This is serious. URGENT!!!! Missing Leah Rose also known as Leah Rose Altmann. 4’9″ 90 pounds. Short blonde hair but could be dyed pink or orange.. Could Also have dreads. Like to wear big sunglasses and platform shoes. Works Audio Visual and Stage hand work mostly in Los Angeles or Florida. LASt heard from Mid October. Last seen in Downtown Los Angeles.May have been working Halloween Horror Nights at universal in LA.”
Leah is 4’9″ 90 pounds. Short blonde hair but could be dyed pink or orange.. Could Also have dreads. Like to wear big sunglasses and platform shoes. Works Audio Visual and Stage hand work mostly in Los Angeles or Florida. LASt heard from Mid October. She may have been working Halloween Horror Nights at universal in LA.
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Anyone with information about Altmann’s whereabouts is asked to call either the Los Angeles Police Department at (323) 846-6547, or the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office at (561) 688-3400.
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