An 8-year-old girl has been reported missing Sunday in New Jersey, authorities said.
On Sunday morning, Nevaeh Blaine went outside to play at the community playground at the Bradley Court Housing Community on Munn Avenue in Newark, police said.
Her mother said she was with other children who live in the community.
At 9:45 a.m., she was last seen with her friends walking to a grocery store on Maybaum and Tremont avenues, police said.
On this date, 7/16/17, 8-year-old Nevaeh Johnson went missing from the Bradley Court Housing Community (78
S. Munn Ave., Newark, NJ) at about 0945 hours. According to her mother, Ms. Rhashedah Holliway, Nevaeh
went outside to play in the community playground at around 0930 hours, and was with other children who live in
the community. At approximately 0945hrs, Nevaeh was seen by friends, walking out of the community
playground and went toward a grocery store Maybaum Ave/ Tremont Ave.
Nevaeh is an African American female, with brown skin, is very thin and stands at about 4’0 tall. She was
wearing a white t-shirt, blue jean shorts and purple shoes/ sandals. She has dark brown eyes and hair; and her
hair is styled in three ponytails: 2 in front and 1 in back. She is of good mental and physical condition.
If anyone comes in contact with this child, please notify the Newark Police Division at 973-733-6000, the NPD
Special Victims Section at 973-733-7273, or Det. Maysa Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org
She is of good mental and physical condition.
If anyone has information, contact the Newark Police Division at 973-733-6000, the NPDSpecial Victims Section at 973-733-7273, or Det. Maysa Washington at email@example.com
Published 6 hours ago | Updated 3 hours ago