Missing Girl Never Shows Up to Philadelphia School; Leaves Cellphone, Backpack Behind

Pamela Flores Missing Frankford Teen

Family and friends of missing Philadelphia teenager who never showed up at school turned to social networks in an attempt to find her using the hashtag: #FindPamela.

Pamela Flores was last seen Tuesday around 8:15 a.m. when she left her home for Frankford High School but she never reached the Oxford Avenue school. Pamela's cousin, Mailan Monegro, said Pamela's parents filed a police complaint as they searched for Pamela.

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Please share this and help find my cousin shes missing !! 󾌹 her name is Pamela Flores she's 14 years 4"11 last seen...

Posted by Meli Monegro on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Her family said Pamela's backpack and cellphone were found in the vicinity of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, which is about a 3-mile walk from the school.

"What we do know is that (the police) said they are looking into the water, because they saw someone jumping through surveillance cameras from the Tacony Bridge in dark clothes and think that perhaps could have been her," Monegro told Telemundo62. "Her things, a backpack and a cellphone, were found in New Jersey."

Philadelphia Police confirmed the case is an open investigation. They also said they viewed video of a female in dark clothing appearing to fall from the bridge.

Monegro said that the girl's parents recently moved from New York to Philadelphia and Pamela -- who stands around 4-feet, 11-inches tall and has dark curly hair -- doesn't know the area well.

If anyone has details about Pamela's whereabouts, or recognizes her photo, they are asked to call 911.

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