Mia Brailford

Police In Two States Seek Missing Delray Beach JROTC Student

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Mia Brailford, a student and JROTC member from Atlantic High in Delray Beach is missing. If you have information, call police. ,

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

UPDATE: 6:09 p.m. Mia was found safe late this afternoon at a home in Alabama. She was allegedly found with a man who is now the subject of a police investigation. Developing…

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A student from Atlantic High School in Delray Beach is missing and police in at least two states are trying to figure out where she is.

Mia Brailford is a JROTC member and was on a trip to Molina, GA over the weekend when she seemingly vanished.

This is the official statement from the Palm Beach County School District Police:

“The Upson County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia is searching for an Atlantic Community High School student who disappeared during a JROTC field trip to the Gerald Lawhorn Scouting Base in Molena, GA over the weekend. @PBSchoolsPD remains in contact with investigators in Georgia.

16-year-old Mia Brailford was last seen by her roommate around 11:30 pm, 11/6, in a tent they were sharing. Mia was not present at morning check-in at 6 am, 11/7. The Upson County Sheriff’s Office launched an immediate investigation and searched throughout the day and evening.

The search is ongoing. Investigators urge anyone who has heard from Mia or has information about her whereabouts to contact authorities immediately. The Upson County Sheriff’s Office is leading this investigation. The direct number to that agency is (706) 647-7411.”

 

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