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Teen missing from Hayward group home, mother doesn’t know where she is

Larissa Oliver, 15, is missing from Hayward, California.  She was last seen in June 10, 2017.  The police stated that Larissa has special needs and her family believes she may be in Oakland or a nearby city.

According to the Oakland Post, on June 7,  Larissa was expelled from the group home and sent back to the Hayward Assessment Center, then on June 9, she left.  A week late the police told Larissa’s mom, that she was missing and told her they wanted her back in  court to give her custody of Larissa, but, her mom doesn’t know where she is.

Patricia posted to MPofA, “Pleez Help!! Missing since June 10. this SPECIAL NEEDS 15 y/o has only been featured once by mainstream media JULY 23rd :( (kron4 link below) LARISSA OLIVER has a mental disability that interferes with her ability to care for herself. “( Even Hayward PD who are “searching” has not bothered to feature this precious child on their FB pg :( !!!! Pleez feature her heartbrreaking missing case…..ThankYou.”

Larissa is  5’2, stands 5’2″, about 105-lbs and has long extension braids.

Anyone who sees Larissa Oliver is urged to contact the Hayward Police Department.



Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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