Julia Kebbel missing from Los Angeles while walking her dog FOUND


Julia Kebbel
Julia Kebbel
Arielle Kebbel’s representative released the following statement to Eyewitness News on Tuesday regarding her sister Julia Kebbel:

“It is with great joy and relief that I share the wonderful news that my sister, Julia, and her dog, Cindy, have been found safe. While we do ask for privacy at this time, my family and I want to thank everyone for all of your love and support over the past two weeks. We are so grateful to every single person who helped spread the word and joined us in our search. We would also like to thank the Los Angeles Police Department, KlaasKIDS, SERT Ministries and Anonymity Rescue for their efforts in bringing Julia home.”

Julia Kebbel, 36, has been missing since Wednesday, January 31, 2018.  Julia was last seen walking her dog around 11 p.m. in the 1900 block of Golden Gate Avenue in Silver Lake.  Julia’s sister, Arielle Kebbel has reached out to social media to ask for help locating her.
Julia Kebbel
Julia Kebbel
“We are so grateful and touched by the incredible support we have received from everyone,”  said Arielle. “We are hopeful that she is safe and will not stop looking until she is back home with us.”
Julia Kebbel
Julia Kebbel

Julia is 5 feet 3 inches tall, about 105 pounds, with short bleached-blonde hair. She has tattoos on each of her forearms — a spiritual symbol with a key and the words “promise,” “willingness” and “acceptance” on one arm, and a rising phoenix and a constellation on the other.

Contact the Los Angeles Police Department if you have any information as to Julia’s whereabouts at (323) 561-3211.

Julia Kebbel

 

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