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Delaware State Police and the family of a 15-year-old girl who disappeared from the Christiana Mall nearly two months ago are asking the public to help them locate Alexis "Lexi" Marrero.
"Alexis, if you're watching ... nobody loves you more than me," Jennifer Marrero, the girl's mother, said at a press conference Wednesday at Delaware State Police Troop 2 in Glasgow. The mother said they wanted their home, but if someone kept them away, her daughter would find a way. "I know you are a very smart girl and you will find a way."
Alexis, who the family said was being treated for a concussion she suffered about a year ago, is considered a vulnerable missing person by state police, which typically do not hold missing persons press conferences. Delaware Online/The News Journal similarly does not typically report "gold alerts" or missing person reports because people are often located quickly.
A picture of missing 15-year-old Alexis Marrero is in the foreground and the teen's mother, Jennifer Marrero, is asking for help locating the girl. Maria Matos (right) also asked for help locating her granddaughter at a press conference by the Delaware State Police on Wednesday (November 23, 2022).
But now the state police are asking for even more help. While several people have offered tips to investigators, Sgt. India Sturgis, a spokesman for the Delaware Police Department, said the agency had nearly exhausted those leads.
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"The Delaware State Police and her family are very concerned for Alexis' safety and well-being," she said. "We are using all available resources, including but not limited to local, state and federal agencies, to find them."
The MOT Charter High School freshman left Christiana Mall on Oct. 1, leaving her cellphone behind. Police said they didn't know who she left the mall with. Alexis was last seen on October 7th in Cecil County, Maryland.
Sturgis said her investigation found that Alexis used other people's cellphones to find rides and accommodations.
The 4ft 11in Bear girl was last seen in a black jacket and shirt, frayed blue jeans and red, black and white Van sneakers.
Anyone with information about Alexis — where she is, who she has been with, or who she has been in contact with — is asked to contact the Delaware State Police through her Facebook messenger or the investigator at (302) 365-8436 . Those with information may also call Delaware Crime Stoppers at (800) 847-3333.
Contact Esteban Parra at (302) 324-2299, or Twitter @eparra3.
This article originally appeared in the Delaware News Journal: Delaware Police Department, Family Asks for Help Finding Teen Missing since October 1st

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